Young driver claims are biggest risk says NU research

Claims by young drivers are one of the biggest risks for insurance companies, according to research conducted by Norwich Union (NU). The study found that crash rates among young drivers were worsening and that claims by drivers under the age of 23 had increased by more than 300% in the past five years. Bill Pownall, NU's motor risk manager, said that despite the confidence of young drivers, they were still very inexperienced. "Businesses should therefore consider introducing the minimum driving

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