I could hear the gravel flying as the Jeep launched out of the driveway, my middle son at the wheel. He was late for a summer job and had to pick up a buddy en route. It was raining. About 10 minutes later the phone rang; it was he, shaken. “Dad? We’re OK. No one’s hurt.” I took a deep breath. “Good. What happened and where are you?” Any parent of a teenager, and especially a male teenager, who’s endorsed their acquisition of a driver’s license and then let them venture ...

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