Deaths of teen drivers increased during the first six months of 2012, a new study says. Deaths of teen drivers had been declining since 2000.
The unprecedented motorcoach safety crackdown primarily targeted bus companies operating along the East Coast's I-95, where crashes last spring left several people dead and dozens injured.
Teenage driving deaths are far more likely to occur with teenage passengers also in car, according to a new study by AAA's safety foundation. The risk of death decreases dramatically when a teen is driving with a passenger over the age of 35.