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Published on Nov 10, 2013
In 2012, young drivers aged between 18 and 25 years made up 23% of all driver fatalities, despite accounting for approximately 12% of all licence holders. Research indicates that young drivers are at greater risk -- in fact they are 30 times more likely to crash when they first start driving on their Ps because they are inexperienced and are more likely to take risks on the road.
Research suggests that parents can still play a role in their new driver's safety. So before you talk to your kids visit http://www.saferpplaters.com.au, for all you need to know to get through the red together.
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