Reducing the road toll: Do boys listen to their mums?

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As a mother with boys who are fast approaching the world of learner permits, driving lessons, saving for first cars and taking to the road, I look to this future with mixed emotions. There will be pride at their growing independence, and there will be the added bonus of having an extra driver to take over some of the sports practise and party drops off for their younger brothers. But of course there will be much trepidation too.  Their lack of experience, the distraction of friends and phones, the seeming invincibility of the still developing teenage brain and the peer pressure of finding themselves in new situations, all culminates to a level of worry I may not be ready for.

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