June 2, 2020
Number of licensed teen drivers on the rise
More than 60% of teens got their driverís license before the age of 18, according to new research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

That's an 11% increase since 2012.

Generation Z is learning to drive under the protection of state-graduated driver licensing programs and parental supervision.

In California, teen motor vehicle fatalities (age 16-19) increased 2.7 percent from 219 in 2015 to 225 in 2016, according to the Office of Traffic Safetyís statistics. (INT)
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