Editorial: Opinion roundup (July 11,2014)

Erase distractions for teen drivers’ safety

South Bend Tribune

A recent study shows Indiana is the worst state in the country when it comes to teen driver fatalities.

The study, done by WalletHub, a personal finance website, ranks Indiana 50th behind Kentucky and New Mexico when it comes to the worst teen driver fatality rate.

There are 33 times more teen driver fatalities per licensed teen drivers in Indiana than in Utah, which ranked the best in the study.


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