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Resource ID: #21870
Subject: Automobiles
Source: USA Today (McLean, Va.)
Date: 2005-03-01



USA TODAY examined all the deadly crashes involving 16 to 19 year old drivers in 2003. They found that during the course of the year, 3,500 teenagers died in teen-driven vehicles in the United States. USA TODAY looked at factors that could lower these numbers, such as age restrictions, night-driving restrictions, and passenger limits. Jayne O'Donnell even looked at certain vehicles whose features would help keep teen drivers safe.

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