ABI advises alcohol ban and curfew for young drivers

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The trade body highlighted that although only 12% of licence holders were younger than 25, one in four people killed in road accidents was a young driver or one of their passengers.

It added that young male drivers constituted the most at-risk group and that they were five times more likely to be involved in a crash than males in the 35-59 age bracket.

The ABI has proposed that a minimum one-year learning period be enforced for learner drivers aged under 25.

It also advised that learners should

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