Evidence-based practices improve teen driving programs

11/30/2009 | Yahoo!

Data from six Midwest states showed a three-stage graduated licensing program for teen drivers would save lives and prevent injuries. Pediatric researchers who analyzed crash data over five years said more than 300 lives could have been saved if all of these states had added new, evidence-based modifications to their graduated driver's licensing programs.

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