NATIONAL – Recent studies have shown that teens that own their own cars are more likely to get into accidents than teens who share the family car.
Twenty-five percent of teens who have their own cars have been involved in crashes compared to eleven percent who shared the car. Teens who had parents, who set clear rules, were half as likely to have accidents as teens with uninvolved parents.
Accountability is the key ingredient.
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