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Sunday, 18th February 2007

Nationwide Review of Graduated Driver Licensing

Nationwide Review of Graduated Driver Licensing (PDF; 1.2 MB)
Source: AAA Foundation
From press release:

Sixteen-year-old drivers are involved in 38 percent fewer fatal crashes and 40 percent fewer crashes resulting in injuries if their state has a graduated driver licensing (GDL) program with at least five of seven common components, according to a study released today by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

"Motor vehicle crashes remain the number one cause of death for teens in the United States, and roughly 1,000 16-year-old drivers are involved in fatal crashes each year," said J. Peter Kissinger, AAA Foundation president and CEO, at a news conference in Washington, D.C., where the research was released. "We commissioned this study to better understand the ability of legislation to make a difference on teen driver safety. Based on the research results, the impact of GDL programs is highly impressive."



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