Senior driving safer than teens according to study

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This article talks about a recent study completed by AAA that shows, maybe despite stereotypes, that senior drivers are in fact safer drivers than teenagers. Their research is supported by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Insurance Institute For Highway Safety.

I think this study is really interesting. I like how the article gives possible reasons for why the results are what they are. It's always nice when doing research to be able to gain and give insights to people. It's also crucial, if teaming up with other people or organizations for research purposes, that those people or organizations are credible, with credible research techniques.

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