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Developmental sources of crash risk in young drivers
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    The Results of this study are interesting, particularly comparisons to other countries. I'd be also interested in looking into driver license test standards. Having worked as an expat in the UK 1999-2005, I knew many who have tried unsuccessfully to obtain a driver's license because of the high test standards. You must pass a written test, video response test and the road test. Only 30% successfully complete all three on t...

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