Survey finds 96% of young drivers feel priced off the road

House of Parliament

The survey into young drivers' views of motor insurance, undertaken ahead of the Transport Select Committee re-opening of the inquiry into motor insurance, also found that a fifth (21%) of respondents had considered driving without insurance because of the high cost of premiums.

Responses also indicated that nearly a third (30%) of those surveyed had considered altering the information they provided to insurance firms in order to secure a lower quote.

More than half (57%) of young drivers were

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