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NHTSA Reports on Teenage Driving and GPS Tracking

NHTSA data shows that unaccompanied 16 and 17-year-olds crash nine times more often than adults. And when their parents are out of the car, seatbelt use plummets to less than 40 percent of the national average. While the accident data shows that teens and their teenage passengers are by far the most accident-prone group, that isn't the case when Mom or Dad is riding along.

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