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Toyota’s Safe-driving App Relies on Embarrassing Teenagers

Teen drivers have the highest crash rate of any demographic. Younger drivers are most likely to use their phones while driving or speed in high-traffic areas, and roughly half of all accidents associated with younger drivers were single-vehicle crashes. According to the National Center for Health Statistics, motor-vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among […] The post Toyota’s Safe-driving App Relies on Embarrassing Teenagers appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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