AAA issues warning on '100 deadliest days' for teen drivers

AAA has released a warning to motorists that the "100 deadliest days for teenaged drivers" have officially begun. An average of 10 people die as

Senior citizen drivers make up almost 20 percent

Senior citizen drivers make up almost 20 percent of the cars on Connecticut roads. (June 1, 2016 5:44 PM)

AAA has released a warning to motorists that the "100 deadliest days for teenaged drivers" have officially begun.

An average of 10 people die as a result of injuries from a crash involving a teen driver on each day of the summer season, according to AAA.

AAA says nearly 60 percent of teen crashes could be attributed to some sort of distraction, which includes talking to a passenger,...

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