Greater measures are needed to keep young drivers safe
Graduated drivers’ licences, monitored driving, and further training for young trainers are just some of the measures the public want to take to protect young drivers.
In a YouGov survey commissioned by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA), seven out of ten (71 per cent) Brits said they support the implementation of phased driving experience, which would allow young drivers to build up confidence on the road.
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