Woman who broke spine in crash hopes to raise teens' drive IQ

Driving is the single biggest killer of young people in the country, but getting through to teenagers about the dangers can sometimes be easier said than done.

One campaigner is now using her own experience to try to save lives.

Sophie Morgan is currently visiting schools and colleges throughout the country and is urging students to spend some time on a computer to make them safer drivers.

Sophie hopes a free computer programme called Drive IQ can help teach students about the hazards on the roads. To find out more about Drive IQ click here.

Click below to watch Victoria Lampard's report from Colchester.

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