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Teenage Drivers / Graduated Licensing Programs / Germany #788921

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 03, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Kearny, New Jersey: Alina Cho) The graduated licensing programs that place restrictions on teen drivers examined; one example cited. [In New Jersey, new teen driver Sarah DAVIE†, parents Ken & Edna DAVIE†- talk about the driving restrictions.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Berlin: Chris Burns) The driving licensing system in Germany featured; details given about the lower highway death rates in Germany; scenes shown of a young American driving on the autobahn; details given about the tougher licensing requirements. [Driving students Alan LOOK†, Antonia BROSCH†- talk about the German rules.]

Brown, Aaron;
Cho, Alina;
Burns, Chris

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