Teen driver taking driving test. The fatal-accident rates per 100,000 people are now higher for 85-plussers than for those in their teens and early 20s, and it's hard to see what could drive them lower, barring a licensing crackdown, until automated vehicles take over. (Photo: iStock)

Remember all those stories a few years ago about how American teenagers had soured on driving?

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