There is no compelling evidence that laws banning novice motorists from owning or driving high-performance vehicles reduce their chance of being in serious injury crashes, a study shows. Four Australian states have laws restricting power-to-weight ratios on high-performance vehicles for new drivers. The 2-year study by the Curtin-Monash Accident Research Center and the University of Adelaide’s Center for Automotive Safety Research finds just 0.2% of all serious injury crashes in ...

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