A big majority of people support placing driving restrictions on people aged 24 or under who have passed their test within the last year, according to a new poll.
Some 61 per cent supported a ban on them driving between midnight and 5am, while 66 per cent said they should be subject to limits over how many passengers they could carry, a poll of 2,101 adults carried out for the RAC Foundation found.
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