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The real American carnage is on the nation's highways

Even as cars have become safer and smarter than at any time in American history, traffic deaths have spiked in the past two years, reversing a general decline going back nearly a decade. Last year, 40,200 people died on the nation's roads, up about 14% from two years earlier.

The reasons are complex, some of them unavoidable. Economic recovery spurs more recreational driving that's riskier as people go out on weekends and on vacation, driving on unfamiliar roads. More teenagers, who couldn

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