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SECRETARY OF STATE JESSE WHITE SAYS TEEN DRIVING DEATHS IN ILLINOIS ARE DOWN BY 74 PERCENT. 

 

THAT DECREASE IS SINCE 2007, THE YEAR BEFORE THE STATE IMPLEMENTED THE GRADUATED DRIVER’S LICENSE PROGRAM WHICH PLACED STRICTER REQUIREMENTS ON NEW DRIVERS SAYS SECRETARY WHITE.

 

 

WHITE SAYS THE PROGRAM REQUIRES MORE PRACTICE TIME WITH PARENTS, AND LIMITS UNRELATED PASSENGERS TO JUST ONE.

 

 

LAST YEAR IN ILLINOIS…41 TEENS WERE KILLED IN TRAFFIC CRASHES. THAT COMPARES TO 155 IN 2007.

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