Bad driving habits and trends are diminishing among teens, according to a new report on teen driver safety released by The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and State Farm.
From 2008 to 2011, the following risky behaviors, common among teens (ages 15 to 19 years), declined: the number of teen passengers killed in crashes not wearing seat belts decreased 23 percent; the number of teen passengers driven by a peer who had been drinking declined 14 percent; and 30 percent fewer teen passengers were killed in crashes involving a teen driver.
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