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US DOT Funds Survey: Are ADHD Teen Drivers Increasing Accident Rates?
 

Thursday, October 29th 2009

(Sharon Gibson - Car Insurance News) – Although teens in general seem to be more easily distracted while driving, one subgroup of the teen population is especially of interests to researchers. Young drivers who have been diagnosed with Attention-Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) are believed to be at a higher risk. ADHD is a condition that is becoming increasingly common among US children and teens. Symptoms of this disease include being easily distracted, forgetfulness, having difficulty focusing on one task, being impatient, and more. All of these symptoms could lead to an increased risk of being involved in a motor vehicle collision.

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