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Thursday, May 10, 2012

Risks of teens driving with other teens....

The AAA has released a new study on the risks of teen driving. Turns out that teens are far more likely to have a fatal accident if they have teen passengers in the car. And they're less likely to have an accident with a passenger older than 35. (--A single passenger under 21 increases the risk of fatality by 44 percent, and three passengers under 21 increase the risk by 300 percent. Read the full story here.)

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