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30
Jul 15

Cities Worst For Driving Tests


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80 years have passed since UK driving tests became compulsory, but does where you take the exam make a difference?

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23
Jul 15

Fascinating Facts About The UK Driving Test


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For most people across Britain, driving is a part of everyday life, and although we talk about our own experiences, complain about traffic and chat about the latest cars, the driving test is often forgotten about until its time for your own kids to get behind the wheel and start their lessons.

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16
Jul 15

Facts on UK Drink Drive Limit


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Although deaths and serious injuries related to drink driving have fallen by over three-quarters since 1979, we all know far too well just how big a problem drink driving continues to be. In 2012, a whopping 1,200 people were seriously injured due to a driver being over the legal alcohol limit and as a result, 280 people were killed.

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13
Jul 15

Pro’s and Con’s of Driving Lessons of Youngsters


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Every parent wants to see his or her children get ahead in life, and although learning to drive is something that can be done later on in life, like anything it is much easier to pick up when/if taught at a young age.

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09
Jul 15

10 Facts on Young Drivers


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In April 2014, the Department for Transport released an in-depth report on young drivers. It contained facts, stats and research regarding young people on the roads. Though it was an interesting read, the information given was lengthy, which is why we wanted to share a short, easy-to-read post containing 10 key facts from the report.

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02
Jul 15

1 in 5 Newly Qualified Young Drivers Have Accidents


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Figures released in 2015 by the RAC Foundation show that one in five qualified young drivers will have an accident within six short months of passing their test.

And that’s not all…

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