Four-year high for number of under-age drivers crashing on UK roads

Four-year high for number of under-age drivers crashing on UK roads
 

Some 91 boys and girls under 17 years old were behind the wheel during accidents last year, according to Press Association analysis of Department for Transport data.
This represents a 30% spike compared with the previous year, and is the most since 103 were recorded in 2011.
Separate analysis by motoring research charity the RAC Foundation found that m ore than half (49) of the under-age drivers involved in crashes last year were injured, including one who was killed and 11 seriously hurt.
The accidents also resulted in 48 passenger and pedestrian casualties, including two who were killed... read more

 
10 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 38
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