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Georgia teenage drivers put people at risk. Solution to this crisis?

Teenagers literally think differently. Increasing scientific evidence has found that teens' brains are physically different from adults and still developing. That's why teenagers often do things that make people think, "What were they thinking?"

On the road, that can translate into erratic behavior behind the wheel. That's why many states have strict laws specifically for teen drivers. Georgia has laws governing teenage drivers designed to keep everyone on the road accident free. Such laws limit when teens in Georgia under 18 years old can drive. Teenage drivers in Georgia must also have no major traffic violations in order to obtain a full driver's license.

Such laws may sound strict. But they aren't tough enough, according to a recent study advocating nationwide phased-in teen driving rules. If every state had tougher phased-in teen driving laws, an estimated 2,000 traffic fatalities each year nationwide could be prevented, according to a detailed study done by the National Safety Council, which researched the issue for the Allstate Foundation.

Auto accidents involving teenage drivers in Georgia can happen in an instant. But the effects can last a lifetime. Unsure what to do? You need an experienced Atlanta teen auto accident attorney on your side. You need the Law Offices of Gary Martin Hays & Associates. Serving clients in Georgia, our knowledgeable attorneys have worked with many accident victims to help them decide what to do, including whether to file an auto accident lawsuit in Atlanta, GA. An auto accident can be overwhelming. You might not be able to work for weeks or months. You may become physically disabled. Don't suffer in silence. Take action. Contact an Atlanta auto accident attorney who demands justice. Contact the Law Offices of Gary Martin Hays & Associates.

An estimated 41 lives in Georgia could be saved every year if every state nationwide adopted tougher phased-in teen driving privileges, according to the Allstate Foundation. Countless more injuries could be prevented too. Don't leave your future to chance. If you've been injured in an auto accident, take back control. Contact a law firm eager to work for you. Contact the Law Offices of Gary Martin Hays & Associates.