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Teenage drivers still the most likely to , according to a new study. The Highway Safety Association (HSA) in the USA that teen drivers are 1.6 times more likely to in a traffic accident than adult drivers. Teens aged 18 to 19 are the likeliest to be in a fatal crash. They in more deadly car collisions than even 15- to 17-year-old drivers. The HSA recent figures show an increase in teen driver deaths for the first time since 2006. HSA spokesman Jonathan Adkins said: "This report home the message that there is still much to do to teen driver fatal crashes and the resulting deaths." He added: "The increase in teen driver fatal crashes is and [we] are a watchful eye."

The HSA has been with the Ford motor company in a special Driving Skills for Life program. This first in the USA and has since to 35 countries worldwide. It helps new drivers road hazards and teaches them how to safer drivers. Jim Graham, Global Manager for the Driving Skills for Life program, said: "Smart programs that on teen driving behavior have been very successful in helping novice and younger drivers safer on the roads, but we still have more to do." The greatest chance of crashing in the first six months after teens their license. It's understandable why parents so much about their teen passing their driving test.

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