While summer is only halfway over, it is still one of the most dangerous times to be on the road.

AAA is warning drivers that between Memorial Day and Labor Day, marks the "100 Deadliest Days", where teen driver-involved crashes rise 14 percent.

The biggest cause of these accidents is speed, particularly during the hours between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m.

"In 2017, 34 people were killed overall during the 100 Deadliest Days. We're already at 41. So, we're ahead of last year at this time and we're only halfway through," said Bob Kazmierczak of AAA.

Many of these crashes involve teen drivers.

AAA wants to make sure parents are actively communicating with their kids.

"Teens are driving a good part of the time now, and basically what we want to do is make sure rules are enforced with parents and that parents are having that conversation with their children to ensure safe driving," Kazmierczak said.

AAA urges parents to teach teens by setting a good example as well as considering setting driving limits.