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Norwich Union warns businesses to check the competence of young drivers

21 February 2008

Crashes and insurance claims among young drivers are a bigger risk than ever for companies, says Norwich Union. 

The warning comes following research conducted by the insurer that crash rates among young drivers are worsening and that claims by drivers under the age of 23 have increased by more than 300% in the last five years. Meanwhile claims among drivers over 23 fell by 10% during the same time period.

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