Theory Tester

According to the Pre-Crash Report, what age group had the highest number of passenger deaths in collisions where alcohol was a factor?

Explantion: The pre-crash Report found that passengers in the 17-24 age group are at the highest risk for drinking and driving and being involved in a fatal collision. All drinking and driving is dangerous but this age group is the most likely one to risk this behaviour. Researchers believe this risk is related to group pressure to behave in a certain way. Some of the factors that lead to a crash are:> Late night socializing then driving > Distracted driving due to a peer group in the car. Sometimes, a passenger will try to prove themselves to the others in a car, distracting the driver and putting everybody at risk.

Drugs and Alcohol