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Learner driver safety - RoSPA members asked to spread the word

4 April 2014

During its Family Safety Week, RoSPA has emphasised that once learners have passed their test and can drive unsupervised, their chances of crashing increase dramatically, with young male drivers aged 17-20 nearly 10 times more likely to be injured on the roads than more experienced drivers. As part of this campaign it has re-launched its popular ‘Helping L Drivers’ website .
 

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