"The world has changed," said Mary Baracco, director of the Young Drivers of Canada Centre for Windsor and Leamington. When baby boomers were growing up in the 1960s and '70s, "16-year-olds were more apt to get their licence right way," Baracco said. "Today it's not as high as a priority for many young people." Dionisi put off getting a driver's licence to focus on school. Now that she's completed high school, she can concentrate on getting her licence - "a timeconsuming process," she said.
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