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Young Driver Crash Stats

YOUNG DRIVER CRASK STATS 10000 In the UK ONLY ONE IN EIGHT DRIVER licence holders is aged 25 or under, yet one in three drivers who die is under 25 Young male drivers have much HIGHER CRASH RATES than young female drivers due to higher risk taking Jast got mig Arhing kancal In the UK, young male drivers aged 17-20 are One in five new drivers has a crash within six months of SEVEN TIMES passing their test. more at risk than all male drivers - but between the hours of 2am and 5am their risk is 17 times higher Age: <24 Male drivers aged under 21 are 10 TIMES likely to have a car accident than male drivers aged 35 or over more Even sticking to the speedlimit can be too fast in the wrong conditions - such as on bendy country roads - always drive to the appropriate speed for the road conditions Research shows that peer pressure can encourage bad driving and result in drivers'showing off' to their passengers, as well as causing distraction. 10000 In the UK, male drivers under 25 have the highest incidence of failing a breath test after being 1/3 1/5 involved in a road crash in which someone was injured. Of fatalities, only one-third of young drivers and one-fifth of young passengers were restrained. Unbelted rear seat passengers kill about 10 front seat drivers or passengers every year. Young drivers have a higher proportion of crashes (many of which are single-vehicle) in the evenings and early mornings, when they are most likely to be drunk or drugged. Drine Mate dlaims4free iiti וlall1 וlllI

Young Driver Crash Stats

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An infographic showing young driver crash statistics as based on insurance claims. Some of them are rather worrying! This is based on the UK drivers only.

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Claims4free

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Fresh Egg

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cars crash

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Transportation
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