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Are Teens or Seniors Safer Drivers? The Answer May Surprise You

by Katharine Gammon Brian Hurst

November 30, 2015
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It's common knowledge that teens are the worst drivers. They’re inexperienced, they’re distracted, and their brains are still developing. But for teens, graduated driving laws and mandatory classes are a way to make the riskiest drivers a bit safer. On the other end of the age spectrum, our vision, bodies, and cognitive abilities start to decline after age 40. What does that mean for driving? 

In this infographic powered by data from Progressive, we’ll take a look at how our longer, healthier, and more active lives, are affecting our driving habits.

Throughout 2015, we're partnering with Progressive to harness the power of information. Each week, we'll put data under the microscope, asking how statistics and research can empower us to challenge our understanding of ourselves and the ways we navigate our world. Knowledge is the first step on the way to progress: Let's take this information and drive change in the world together. This is Data for GOOD.

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Are Teens or Seniors Safer Drivers? The Answer May Surprise You