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The American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma The Case for Graduated Licensing.

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1 The American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma The Case for Graduated Licensing

2 The Case for Graduated Licensing

3 Cause of death, ages 15-19

4 Teenagers: Most Crashes Driver crash involvement per million miles traveled, and 17-year-old drivers

5 Highest Risk: Newly Licensed Teenagers Learners Novices

6 Night Driving: Increases Risk of Crashing 16- to 17-year-old drivers in all crashes, hour by hour Day Night

7 Transporting Passengers: Increases Risk of Crashing Deaths of passengers in passenger vehicles per 100,000 population, United States, 2000

8 What is Graduated Licensing?

9 Three Stages: 1.Supervised Learners Period 2.Intermediate Licensing Phase: Restricted to less risky situations 3.Full-privilege License

10 Graduated Licensing = Fewer Crashes Rate of driver fatalities and hospitalizations per 100,000 licensed drivers, Implementation of GraduatedLicensing


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