A new study says red decals that teenage drivers are required to put on their license plates are making the road safer.

According to our own Townsquare News Network,

The study, conducted by the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, finds that after Kyleigh’s Law went into effect in May of 2010, there was a nine percent reduction in the crash rate for drivers with probationary licenses during the following year.

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