New research by Australia’s Monash University finds the cars young people choose to drive are killing them. The university’s Accident Research Center looked at more than 250,000 accidents involving young people aged 17 to 25 in Australia and New Zealand from 2001 to 2005. It investigated the types of cars driven and crashed by the age group and measured the contribution of these vehicles to death and serious injury. It says the types of cars young people drive is a major contributing ...
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