That's a totally shallow and ignorant comment Jomzo. I am 16 and drive a W202. I am an incredibly responsible driver, mostly because I can't imagine having a single dent in my car. To generalize "teenagers" as the source of automobile problems is completely unbased in fact. If you actually look at the auto death statistics, most deaths are those of individuals above the age of 21. Not 16-19.
Actually, the published statistics demonstrate
# Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teenagers.
# 16 year-olds have higher crash rates than drivers of any other age.
# 16-year-olds are three times more likely to die in a motor vehicle crash than the average of all drivers.
# 3,490 drivers age 15-20 died in car crashes in 2006, up slightly from 2005.
# Drivers age 15-20 accounted for 12.9 percent of all the drivers involved in fatal crashes and 16 percent of all the drivers involved in police-reported crashes in 2006.
# The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) estimates the economic impact of auto accidents involving 15-20 year old drivers is over $40 billion.
# A recent report by AAA estimates the cost of crashes involving 15-17 year olds to be $34 billion.