RoSPA have said that more than 430 people are killed in crashes involving young car drivers aged 17 to 24 years, every year, including over 150 young drivers, 90 passengers and more than 180 other road users. The most common causes of road accidents include;
- Drink Driving
- Seat Belt Wearing
- Careless Driving
- Failed to Look Properly
- Loss of Control
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