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Traffic Stats: A Resource for Motorists

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Traffic Stats: A Resource for Motorists

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Traffic Stats: A Resource for Motorists

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Traffic Stats, a new research project, makes it possible to go online and figure out the risks involved in getting behind the wheel of a car. David Gerard of Carnegie Mellon University tells John Ydstie more about the project, a joint effort between Carnegie Mellon and the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

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