Coalition asks government to halt young driver deaths

A coalition of insurers, motoring groups and road safety organisations has called on the government to introduce legislation to curb the growing number of deaths among young drivers at the Association of British Insurers' (ABI) first national motor conference.

Speaking at the conference, director general of the ABI, Stephen Haddrill, said: "Every day, four people are killed or seriously injured in crashes involving young drivers. We urge the government to adopt certain proposals to improve safety

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