By Holly Lebowitz Rossi
September 14, 2011
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The Journal of the American Medical Association has released new data suggesting that some restrictions on teenage drivers--including limiting night driving--lowers the rate of fatal car crashes, but other restrictions, such as requiring teens to "graduate" from an interim license to a full one, can actually increase the fatal crash rate.

All 50 states, plus the District of Columbia, have some form of graduated drivers' licensing program.

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