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Young Driver Training Review

7 August 2007

The Times recently reported that the minimum legal driving age is expected to rise to 18 as part of reforms to cut the number of deaths caused on Britain ’s roads by novice drivers.

The report by Francis Elliott is available here

RoadSafe will be working closely with DFT during the consultation later in the year and will be running a number of events to demonstrate the latest technology and learning techniques available to support young drivers who are preparing for their tests thinking.

One new approach being supported by RoadSafe is the a2om curriculum, founded on 20 years of driver behaviour research and development from leading universities www.a2om.com/science_driving_life.php

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