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The 100 deadliest days for teens on the roads

Summer roads aren’t as carefree as they may seem.  From Memorial Day to Labor Day in 2012, nearly 1,000 people were killed in crashes involving teen drivers.  More than 550 of those killed were teens. During the next few months, talk to your teens about wearing seat belts, not riding or driving with their peers, coming home earlier rather than later and turning off those cell phones.

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