|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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|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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|Risky behaviors of teens continue to affect road safety as this graph shows.||
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|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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|Learn more about vehicle identifier requirements for Graduated Driver Licensing from these questions and answers||
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|This chart examines seat belt use by teen drivers and their teen passengers.||
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