Speed is a factor in 31% of fatal crashes involving young drivers. Many new drivers like to show off, and rationalize that their ability to drive fast proves they are good drivers. In fact, just about anybody could keep a car on the road at eighty. But almost no one can react to a blown tire or losing control at eighty. And your odds of surviving the impact? Pretty slim. Remember, the majority of crashes that killed a teen driver were single car crashes.
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