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Novice Drivers - new report from Goodyear

14 October 2014

This new report from Goodyear explores the attitudes of driving instructors and novice drivers, and reveals the results of a three-year research project that explores the attitudes of parents of novice drivers to road safety. The research is based on a survey of more than 6,800 parents of novice drivers (16-25yrs) from 19 European countries. The research was commissioned to better understand parents’ attitudes to road safety, both in terms of how they are setting an example as drivers and how they support their children in learning to drive
 

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