VICTORIA - A B.C. Coroners Service report is calling for a review of the province's Graduated Licensing Program after the deaths of 106 young drivers.

The report says most of the people who died between 2004 and 2013 were between 17 and 18 years old.

It says fewer young drivers have died in the province since the program was introduced in 1998, but input from teens is needed to implement safe driving practices.

Despite the drop in young driver deaths, motor vehicle incidents remain the leading cause of death in B.C. for youth between 15 and 18 years.

The report recommends increasing awareness about fatal crashes involving young drivers through enhanced data collection by the coroners service and the Insurance Corp. of B.C.

The licensing program involves a learner's stage when drivers who pass a knowledge test must display an "L" sign on their vehicle, followed by a road test that leads to the novice stage and an "N" sign on vehicles.