NEW STUDY OUTLINES HOW DANGEROUS FIRST-TIME DRIVERS ARE

How dangerous are first-time drivers? Well AAA has released a new survey saying that teen drivers are approximately 50 percent more likely to crash in the first month of driving than they are after a full year of experience driving on their own, and are nearly twice as likely to crash as they are after two full years of experience.

Analyzing the crashes of new drivers in North Carolina, researchers found that three common mistakes—failure to reduce speed, inattention, and failure to yield – accounted for 57 percent of all crashes in which teens were at least partially responsible during their first month of licensed driving.

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