Teen Drunk Driving Falls on High Gas Prices, Less AlcoholElizabeth Lopatto
Drunk driving among U.S. teens fell 54 percent in the past two decades, a trend helped by laws to curb underage alcohol consumption and higher gas prices keeping high school students off the road, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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