UVM study: cut teen pregnancy rate with mandatory driving curfew? - VT Digger

A study published by UVM Vermont Research News suggests Vermont could cut its teen pregnancy rate by imposing a mandatory nighttime curfew for all teenagers. (And not only that....Dad might not have to stay up so late.) Worth a try?

 

"Teen pregnancy and nighttime driving - 
Vermont is the only state that doesn’t have mandatory nighttime-driving curfews and this may increase teen pregnancies, a new study finds. According to the research, states with stricter laws controlling new drivers have decreased fertility by 3–4% among mothers between the ages of 16 and 18."


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