Younger drivers are more likely to drive while drowsy, according to a new study by AAA.
Oct. 14 through 20 marks Teen Driver Safety Week and there are more reasons than ever to limit the amount of passengers traveling with a new teen driver.
There’s an alarming report about teens behind the wheel. It finds teen drivers are four times more likely to be involved in a fatal car crash if they’ve got other teens in their car.
A report from a national road safety group highlights what could be a troubling trend among young drivers. There’s an increase in fatalities among 16 and 17-year-old drivers after several years of declines.
The first months behind the wheel are the most dangerous for young drivers, according to a new study.
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