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Fact Sheet: Risk Factors for Teen Crashes

 
Alcohol is involved in about 16 percent of fatal crashes involving 16 and 17-year-old drivers. What causes the other 84 percent?
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How Passengers Affect Drivers Right Before a Crash

 
Peer passengers have long been known to increase the fatal crash risk for teen drivers. This graph, taken from a recent CHOP teen driver safety research study, explores this concept.
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Key Risky Behaviors of Teens

 
Risky behaviors of teens continue to affect road safety as this graph shows.
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Miles to go: Focusing on Risks for Teen Driver Safety (2013)

 
Read this third national report on teen driving, which focuses on risky behaviors associated with teen driver crashes. It also shares the progress made in reducing teen driver-related crashes since 2005.
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