Insurance Institute for Highway Safety President Adrian Lund will propose later today an increase in the licensing age of U.S. drivers to as high as 18 years old, a move the group considers the best way to reduce crashes involving beginner motorists. The institute also will call for graduated driving in all states, according to the report Lund will deliver to the annual meeting of the Governors Highway Safety Assn. in Scottsdale, AZ. “This is a tough sell,” says Ann McCartt, senior vice ...

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