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Chalk it Up!

Teens have the highest crash rate of any group in the United States.

• Increases 44% when carrying one passenger younger than 21 (and no older passengers).
• Doubles when carrying two passengers younger than 21 (and no older passengers).
• Quadruples when carrying three or more passengers younger than 21 (and no older passengers).
• Carrying at least one passenger age 35 or older cuts a teen driver's risk of death by 62% and the risk of involvement in any police-reported crash by 46%.

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