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Young and novice drivers

Inquiry

Young drivers aged 17-24 account for seven percent of the UK’s driving licence holders but are involved in 20% of fatal and serious collisions. Concerned about these high collision and casualty rates, the Transport Select Committee returns to its inquiry to scrutinise the Government’s actions to reduce the risks of young and novice drivers being involved in a road traffic collision.

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Reports, special reports and government responses

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Fourth report: Road safety: young and novice drivers
Inquiry Young and novice drivers
Committees Transport Committee
HC 169
Report
Response to this report
Second Special Report - Road safety: young and novice drivers: Government Response to Committee’s Fourth Report of Session 2019–21
HC 29
Special Report
Second Special Report - Road safety: young and novice drivers: Government Response to Committee’s Fourth Report of Session 2019–21
Inquiry Young and novice drivers
Committees Transport Committee
HC 29
Special Report

Oral evidence transcripts

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21 October 2020
Inquiry Young and novice drivers
Witnesses Department for Transport, and Department for Transport
Committees Transport Committee
Oral Evidence
21 October 2020
Inquiry Young and novice drivers
Witnesses Alliance of British Drivers (ABD), and Dr Kiron Chatterjee (Associate Professor in Travel Behaviour at University of the West of England, Bristol)
Committees Transport Committee
Oral Evidence
7 October 2020
Inquiry Young and novice drivers
Witnesses The Under 17 Car Club Charitable Trust, The Under 17 Car Club Charitable Trust, RAC Motoring Services, and Automobile Association
Committees Transport Committee
Oral Evidence
YND0019 - Young and novice drivers
Witnesses Roadpeace
Committees Transport Committee
Written Evidence
YND0021 - Young and novice drivers
Witnesses Insure the Box
Committees Transport Committee
Written Evidence
YND0020 - Young and novice drivers
Witnesses Department for Transport
Committees Transport Committee
Written Evidence

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