Facts on Teen Drivers

January 2017

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that the leading cause of death for teens in the United States is motor vehicle crashes.  The reports goes further to state that teens are more likely than older drivers to not recognize hazardous situations.  Teens are also more likely to underestimate dangers on the road.  Teens are more likely to speed and leave less space than the car in front of them.  Further, the presence of male teenage passengers in the car increases the likelihood of risky driving behavior.

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