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LARSOA says: Compulsory retesting

1 June 2006

Road safety professionals prefer the concept of compulsory retesting for ALL drivers, rather than only for older drivers.

In our 'older drivers' survey two weeks ago just 57% were in favour, with 43% against.

In contrast, when we asked about compulsory testing for ALL drivers 81% of respondents were in favour, with just 19% against.

www.larsoa.org.uk/news06_may/news05_re-test.htm

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