Recent safety reports indicate that, once again and tragically, the teen-aged driving population across the country is starkly differentiated from all other driving demographics. It is marked by exuberance, some problems with judgment being exhibited by millions of its members, a propensity for being distracted and, above all else, a noted vulnerability.
And it seems likely to stay that way, with the problems facing teen drivers sometimes seeming both intractable and perpetually recycling. The group's members all face a comparative lack of driving experience, which translates directly to spiked car accident numbers and frequent incidents of speeding, reckless driving and other problematic behaviors.
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