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Common theory questions

When is the risk of negative peer pressure greatest?

The risk of negative peer pressure is greatest when a young male driver drives with several young male passengers.

Studies have shown that young, mostly male, but also female, drivers run a very high risk of being involved in a traffic accident when driving with young male passengers. A strong contributing factor to this is peer pressure.