When It Comes To Teen Drivers, Nine in Ten (92%) Canadian Parents Rate Their Teen’s Driving Ability as ‘Fairly Good’ Or Better

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Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Toronto, ON – Despite all the distractions out there being in driver’s seat, a vast majority of Canadian parents seem confident in their teenager’s driving ability, according to a new poll conducted by Ipsos Reid on behalf of RBC Insurance. Nine in ten (92%) Canadian parents with teenagers who have their license rate their teens...

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When It Comes To Teen Drivers, Nine in Ten (92%) Canadian Parents Rate Their Teen’s Driving Ability as ‘Fairly Good’ Or Better

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