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Fast and Curious

5 January 2012

Research on young people's attitudes to road safety and further driver training is limited. During 2011 IAM commissioned a study from the Transport Research Laboratory to carry out an in-depth study on young novice drivers' attitudes and driving behaviour. The summary paper discusses the findings and looks at the wider context of young driver issues, highlighting some key results and policy suggestions.

The full TRL report is also available here.

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