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Driving is a rite of passage for most American teenagers. In many states, 16-years-old is the age during which driving becomes a new and amazing experience for teens, giving them freedom like never before. Unfortunately, according to the latest available information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for American teenagers. This is why so much time and effort is put into training and licensing new teen drivers. This is also why the rules are so strict when it comes to Illinois’ graduated driver licensing (GDL) program. In

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