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Tougher restrictions proposed to cut teen driver fatal crashes

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Tougher nighttime restrictions on teenage drivers is one of the most effective ways to cut teen traffic fatalities around the Washington region, according to a new study by a highway safety group. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety report also recommends not granting provisional licenses until 17 years of age and requiring more practice hours for beginner drivers. Teen driving deaths...

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