One in every five fatal car crashes in our country every year involves a driver who does not have a valid driver's license.
Those startling statistics are part of a recently released study conducted by the AAA on traffic safety.
Troopers with the North Carolina Highway Patrol say driving without a license is also a major problem in Eastern Carolina. More than 500 citations have been issued since the beginning of 2006 to drivers who were either driving without a license or with one that has been revoked.
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