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In the U.S., how much higher is the fatal crash rate per mile for teenager drivers than drivers aged 20 and older?

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Per the Highway Loss Data Institute: "In the United States, the fatal crash rate per mile driven for 16-19 year-olds is nearly 3 times [200%] the rate for drivers ages 20 and over. Risk is highest at ages 16-17."

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