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What parents can do to keep their teenage drivers safe

Monday, December 21, 2015 - 05:50

The 2013 Subaru Legacy sedan with a rear-view camera and collision avoidance system. Data suggests that modern safety systems do a better job of protecting drivers if they get in an accident.

New York

SO your teenager needs a car. Or maybe you need the teenager to have a car so you can get out of the chauffeuring business.

But not a new car, right? No youngster needs that. Still, it has to be safe, with all the latest safety equipment so if the driver does get careless

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