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Policy Impact: Teen Driver Safety

Policy Impact: Teen Driver SafetyPolicy Impact: Teen Driver Safety is first a series of issue briefs highlighting key public health issues and important, science-based policy actions that can be taken to address them.

In a simple, at-a-glance format, this brief features critical information on the tremendous toll that crashes among teen drivers take, as well as CDC’s recommendations for improving new driver safety.

Highlights include information on leading causes of teen crashes and guidance on graduated driver licensing systems.

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