Deaths in crashes involving teen motorists have dropped 47% in the past six years, says a report from The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and State Farm. "This report includes encouraging news about teen passengers, who are often left out of the teen-driver-safety picture. When you see the needle move, ... it's time to apply the gas on programs that encourage safe teen passenger behaviors, as well as those that address what causes teens to crash," says Dennis Durbin of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.

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