The teenage driver

M. L. Katcher, M. J. Bull, D. Laraque, S. D. Palmer, S. H. Pollack, B. L. Smith, H. R. Spivak, S. B. Tully, M. E. Felice, S. Boulter, D. W. Kaplan, L. F. Olmedo, E. S. Rome-Asbeck, I. R. Shenker, B. C. Staggers

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Motor vehicle-related injuries continue to be of paramount importance to adolescents. This statement describes why teenagers are at particularly great risk, suggests topics suitable for office-based counseling, describes innovative programs, and proposes steps for prevention for pediatricians, legislators, educators, and other child advocates.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)987-990
Number of pages4
Issue number5
StatePublished - Nov 1996


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