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2012 shows spike in teen driver deaths

With the improving economy, home sales and jobs have shown some improvement. But as people have jobs to drive to and money to spend, there is likely to be one area where the improvements will mean more serious injuries and death: motor vehicle accidents and fatalities. Already, preliminary numbers from the Governors Highway Safety Association indicate an alarming increase in fatalities for 16- and 17-year-old drivers.

Texas city to charge those involved in car accidents "crash tax"

Car accidents are expensive. From the astronomical costs of medical treatment, to repairs to a vehicle damaged, the costs can rapidly add up. Responding to crashes involving motor vehicles for a town can add up too. Police and fire equipment is expensive, both to purchase and maintain, and every call for police or fire assistance places wear and tear on their vehicles and demands on staffing.

Police chase leads to fatal car accident in Baytown

You just never know. Operating a car is such an ordinary activity that most people rarely stop to think about the risk they face every time they get in a car. There are drunk drivers, inexperienced teen-age drivers, there are distracted drivers on their phones or tablets. And there are police chases. All of these drivers place everyone else at risk of car accidents.

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