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Most teenagers are not aware of the dangers awaiting them on Americas roadways In the United States there are more registered motor vehicles than there are drivers Each year there are over 5000 fatal car crashes involving teens More teenagers are killed in a car than any other form of death related means Drunk driving is another serious problem facing society in America In the last 10 years a drunk driver has killed over 250000 people About 13 of the people killed were pedestrians We will never get to see what kind of people they would have been or what they had to offer society When a teenager first gets there license they never really think about the other drivers out there on the roads They believe in there own ability to control the vehicle they are driving but what about the other driver Are they as prepared as you These are some of the questions we should ask ourselves every time we get behind the wheel Last year over 5500 people ranging from 16-20 years old were killed in a car accident Less than 40 of all teenaged drivers regularly wear their seatbelts They are also the age bracket that speed and run off the road the most When any passengers are present the chances of getting in an accident greatly increases One passenger raises the risk of getting injured by nearly 48 and if you were to add three or more passenger the risk of getting killed raises to 207 This is happens because most kids tend to fool around more and distract each other more when they are in larger groups There are nearly 10000000 teenaged drivers on the roads right now With these bad habits and distracting friends we are losing one teenager every hour and a half That equals 16 teens per day every day Drunk driving has probably affected every family in the United States in
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