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Study: Men over age 45 more likely to crash on icy, snowy roads

Purdue University researchers say those risks are even greater if the men are over the age of 45 and are driving four-wheel-drive pickup trucks.
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Purdue University researchers say those risks are even greater if the men are over the age of 45 and are driving four-wheel-drive pickup trucks.

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