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Speeding Is One of Top Deadly Mistakes Teen Drivers Make, New Survey Shows

Speeding is one of the top three mistakes teens make when learning to drive and parents, it seems, are not doing as good a job preparing their teens to drive today as they did 10 years ago. To make matters worse, parents are often setting a bad example through their own behaviors. Those are the main findings of a new survey released on Wednesday by the AAA that showed that during the past five years, teen drivers were involved in nearly 14,000 fatal crashes and more than 4,200 of them involved speeding.
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