Erie, Pa. — It may come as no surprise that auto crashes are the top killer of U.S. teens. According to the National Safety Council, young drivers aged 15 to 20 are involved in fatal traffic crashes at more than twice the rate as the rest of the population.

But a recent survey by Erie Insurance Group and Lookin' Out, the insurer’s teen driving awareness program, reveals that most teens consider themselves to be good drivers.

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