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Experts say teen drivers need more practice

from USA Today

Inexperience behind the wheel, immaturity and not enough parental involvement contribute to a higher risk of deadly vehicle accidents among teenage drivers, experts say. Some 3,000 teenagers are killed each year in car crashes nationwide, making it the leading cause of death for 13- to 19-year-olds, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The biggest mistake parents make is underestimating how much practice teens need, said John Ulczycki, a teen-driving expert with the National Safety Council. more


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