For Teenagers, Smartphones Put Cars In The Backseat

For Teenagers, Smartphones Put Cars In The Backseat
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A car has long been a tool of freedom. It allows an individual to reach any destination at anytime in whatever fashion desired. It’s a rite of passage and a sign of maturity and adulthood. So it’s no surprise, automakers have long directed its focus to the youngest demographic in hopes to instill brand loyalty… Continue Reading...

Depressed Teen Drivers More Likely To Cause Accidents

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Depressed Teen Drivers More Likely To Cause Accidents
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Depressed teenagers are more likely to cause accidents than those who aren’t, according to a study from the journal Injury Prevention. The aptly-named journal found that among already-risky teenage drivers, those who are depressed are more likely to speed and not wear seat belts, which journal authors believed was a translation of self-destructive behaviors (underage… Continue Reading...

Young British Drivers Pay Through The Nose For Auto Insurance

Young British Drivers Pay Through The Nose For Auto Insurance
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  17th century Scottish writer William Shenstone once said, “nothing is certain in London but expense.” He should be lucky there weren’t cars back in his era, or he would have spit out his haggis: the average cost of insuring a new driver in Ol’ Blighty is around $10,000 a year. That’s money that could… Continue Reading...