The Association of British Insurers (ABI) said it wanted the safety of teenage drivers to become Britain's top road safety priority after government figures recently showed a dramatic 12% rise in the number of 16-19 year-old drivers and passengers killed on Britain's roads last year.In response to this figure the association is launching a campaign to highlight these facts and to raise the issue of young drivers up the road safety agenda.Stephen Haddrill, director general of the ABI, said: "
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