Young drivers at increased risk of accidents as more spend time away from the road after passing test
Research commissioned by Marmalade Network found that more than a quarter (28%) of young drivers believe they have had a road accident as a result of spending a significant time away from the wheel after passing their driving test.
- Research reveals over a quarter of young drivers have had a road accident due to a prolonged break from driving post-test
- A quarter (26%) have spent over six months away from the road since passing their test
- Two thirds (67%) believe regular access to a car after getting their licence would make them a safer driver
- Marmalade launches campaign with IAM RoadSmart to highlight the dangers of extended periods of time away from driving
Read the full report here…