Answer: Healthy choices are usually against their interest and will.
For example, exercising while you could watch TV or play games.
Teens also go through the process of being responsible, and not all of them will go through the same. Once they become responsible for their actions and themselves, hopefully, they will make more healthy choices.
It is not that they are resistant. Responsibility is lacking compared to an adult.
Answer: One estimate is that up to a third (33%) of the annual fatalities among teens is related to traffic accidents. The actual rate among "older teens" (15-19) is as high as 40%, because they are drivers as well as passengers.