During 2004–2013, the number of teens aged 13–19 years who died in motor vehicle crashes declined by 55% from 5,645 to 2,524 (1). During the same period, the rate of passenger vehicle drivers aged 16–19 years involved in fatal crashes decreased 56%, from 34.7 to 15.1 per 100,000 persons (1). Despite these encouraging trends, motor vehicle crashes remain the leading cause of death for teens.
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