James Dalton, Association of British Insurers (ABI) head of motor insurance, said: "A car is potentially a lethal weapon."
He added that "radical action" is needed to "reduce the tragic waste of young lives on our roads, especially among the 17-24 age group".
An ABI spokesman told The Daily Telegraph: "Any restrictions to limit the number of passengers young newly qualified young drivers can carry for an initial period after passing their test would be a step in the right direction."
These teenagers are being helped by The Prince's Trust developing confidence and motivation skills. Whilst employment figures increased today, youth unemployment is still high and costing the economy millions.
Reacting on today's employment figures, Prime Minister David Cameron speaking at Prime Ministers questions said:
"We have to rebalance our economy because the state sector was too big, the private sector was too small.
"What's happened since the election is one million new private sector jobs, which more than makes up for the inevitable loss of jobs in the state sector.
"We've got a huge amount more to do to reform welfare, reform our schools, boost our private sector and Britain can be a winner in the global race."
Employment Minister, Mark Hoban today said: "No one should be under any illusions about the scale of the challenge that we face."
Minister for Employment Mark Hoban said: "It's a real landmark to see more people in work than ever before. The private sector continues to create jobs and our welfare reforms are encouraging people to return to work with 170,000 fewer people on the main out-of-work benefits than in May.
The big fall in youth unemployment is particularly welcome, but we know this remains a challenge, which is why we have the 1 billion Youth Contract offering nearly 500,000 work experience places, apprenticeships and wage incentives to help young people get a job.