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Whether you’re driving home for Christmas or going out on the town for New Year’s Eve, buckle up and make sure your driver is sober. A national safety group estimates that 278 people could be killed on U.S. roads during the holidays.

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While the statistics surrounding teenage drivers can be grim, there is positive news. For example, more teens are taking preventive safety measures when they drive. In 1991, the CDC found that 25.9 percent of teens said they rarely wore their seat belt. However, that number has steadily decreased over the years. As of 2017, just 5.9 percent of teens said they rarely buckled up.