By Claudia Parsons ROME, June 22 (Reuters) - Mariolina Moioli dreams of bringing civilisation to Italy's chaotic streets. That means the end of an era for carefree 14-year-olds who for generations have been allowed to drive a scooter without so much as a permit or a driving lesson. The sight of adolescents buzzing around on their scooters is as quintessentially Italian as pizza and pasta -- as are the daily reports of teenagers killed after speeding along the Tiber or running a red ...
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