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Which of the following age groups has the highest rate of fatal vehicle crashes per mile driven?

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In 2012, the fatal crash per mile driven for 16-19 year-olds was 5.8 per 100 million miles, as compared to 5.4 for 20-34 year-olds, 4.8 for 25-29 year-olds, 1.4 for 30-59 year-olds, 1.4 for 60-69 year-olds, 2.4 for 70-79 year-olds, and 5.5 for 80+ year-olds.

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