A driving test centre in Birmingham is blaming the rising costs of driving for a decrease in the number of people taking their driving tests.
The West Midlands has seen a huge reduction in the number of tests being taken. More than 16500 fewer tests were taken in the year to March 2013, a drop of more than twelve percent.
Richard Smith is from Young Driver who train 11-17 year-olds how to drive.
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