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Road safety better among young

Monday 18 December 2017 | Published in Local

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Road safety better among young
As the festive season approaches, police are keeping a close eye on driver behaviour. 17121710

Despite the high number of motor vehicle crashes this year, the Cook Islands Police Service says there is evidence younger drivers may be becoming more responsible, and taking note of warnings about drink driving.

Despite the high number of motor vehicle crashes this year, the Cook Islands Police Service says there is evidence younger drivers may be becoming more responsible, and taking note of warnings about drink driving.


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