Government brings ABI young driver proposals to a full stop


Last month, proposals from the Association of British Insurers (ABI) aimed at clamping down on young drivers, in an effort to both save lives and reduce insurance premiums, were rejected out of hand by the government.

These proposals included a complete ban on alcohol for young drivers, a minimum one-year learning period for drivers under the age of 25, and a graduated driving license which would place certain restrictions on driving between the hours of 11pm and 4am.

Mike Penning MP, the road

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