Learner drivers should be trained for the road using simulators so they are ready the realities of driving, a young woman who was paralysed from the chest down in a car accident suggested.
Paraplegic Sophie Morgan had been driving for just six months when she got into the life altering crash in 2003 shortly after picking up her A level results.
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