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How much higher is the fatal crash rate per mile for drivers in their twenties than 30-69 year olds?

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The fatal crash rate per mile traveled by drivers in their twenties is 3 times (200%) higher than drivers aged 30-69. More specifically, the fatal crash rate per 100 million miles for drivers aged: 16-19 is 4.6, 20-24 is 3.8, 25-29 is 3.6, 30-59 is 1.2, 60-69 is 1.2, 70-79 is 2.4, 80+ is 5.5.

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