New Research For Teen Driver Safety
June 16, 2006
Teenage drivers have been part of most accidents. This is according to studies and researches done by various automobile and traffic safety experts through various periods. These teens actually become so because of their raging hormones that provide them the courage and the drive to go ahead and do risky driving while behind the wheel. They also are in the stage when they tend to be rebellious and try to do the opposite of what adults and parents tell them.
In part of this kind of dilemma for traffic safety enforcers and workers, the American Automobile Association, which is more popularly called as the AAA, has a department or group that is known as the Foundation for Traffic Safety. This group would be actually releasing a new research that has been validated with science and scientific tests. This new research would actually tackle, discuss, and elaborate on the impact of the Graduated Driver Licensing laws as well as involvement of parents on drivers who are teenagers. And when this study refers to teenagers, they are actually pertaining to drivers who are 16 years old and 17 years old.
According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, this new report and research that they would be presenting to the public would be able to show three factors that would actually distinguish and contrast those teenagers who have not been involved in any crashes or auto accidents to those teenagers who have already been involved in these kinds of situations. In fact, the group maintains that this will be the first time that such data would be presented to the public.
To back all their information up, the AAA would also be showing data from the various states that show the number of deaths that have all been because of 16 and 17 year old drivers. In fact, as part of the background of their study, the AAA has held data that teenagers have been mostly involved in many motor vehicle crashes.
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