A new report on teen drivers as a dangerous time for accidents involving them is in full swing.
FOX News Radio's Jane Metzler has the details:
Dubbed the "100 deadliest days", the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day when fatalities involving teenaged drivers climb.
Peter Kissinger who heads AAA's Foundation for Traffic Safety says teens tend to drive more during the summer, too often with deadly results.
In 2013 alone, nearly 3,000 were killed in accidents involving teen drivers, nearly 372,000 others were injured.
Most of the victims, nearly 2/3's, were not the teenagers behind the wheel.
Motor vehicle accidents, however, are still the leading cause of death for drivers 15-19.
Jane Metzler, FOX News Radio.