Tag: graduated driver licensing

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The Effect of Extending Graduated Driver Licensing to Older Novice Drivers in Indiana

In 2015, Indiana extended its Graduated Driver Licensing system, previously only applicable to new drivers younger than 18, to all new drivers under age 21. This study examines the crash rates of new Indiana drivers first licensed at ages 18-20 before and after that change.

October 2019 Technical Report | Report Summary

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Prevalence and Timing of Driver Licensing Among Young Adults, United States, 2019

A survey of young adults ages 18-24 finds that 41% licensed at or before age 16, and 60% before age 18. Factors associated with licensing at younger versus older ages are discussed.

October 2019 Research Brief

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Graduated Driver Licensing Research Review, 2010 – Present

This report summarizes recent research on Graduated Driver Licensing for young novice drivers, highlighting the results of recent studies as well as questions still in need of further research.

November 2012 Technical Report

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Characteristics of Fatal Crashes Involving 16- and 17-Year-Old Drivers with Teenage Passengers

A companion study to Teen Driver Risk in Relation to Age and Number of Passengers, this study investigates the characteristics of teen driver crashes involving teenage passengers in the vehicle.

October 2012 Technical Report | Report Summary

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Parents, Teens, and the Learner Stage of Graduated Driver Licensing

This report documents a unique study that involved surveying parents and placing cameras in their vehicles to investigate how parents went about supervising their teens' practice driving during the learner-permit stage of the licensing process.

October 2010 Technical Report | Report Summary