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Young Driver Focus 2015

16 April 2015

More than 150 road safety professionals attended the Young Driver Focus 2015 in Central London.

The event was  held at the RAC Clubhouse in Pall Mall, courtesy of the RAC Foundation. It was organised by Road Safety GB and FirstCar in partnership with headline sponsors ingenie and support from Road Safety Support and RoadSafe. 

It brought together some of the country's leading academics and practitioners to review the importance of well-applied behaviour change techniques in young driver education and training to see how these should be applied.

Our Royal Patron HRH Prince Michael of Kent opened the conference

Presentations are available here.

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