Drivers back plans to introduce minimum learner period

Leon Poultney
Drivers back plans to introduce minimum learner period
Drivers back plans to introduce minimum learner period

A new survey has revealed that the driving public – including young motorists – have voted in favour of a minimum learning to drive period to tackle young driver crashes.

The survey, carried out by road safety charity Brake and Direct Line reveals 84% of drivers agree we need a minimum learning period, while even 69% of drivers under 25 are in favour.