Teens drive dangerously

14th April 2006 at 01:00
More than 150 teenagers die every year in driving accidents, even though fewer young people are learning to drive, according to a report from the Automobile Association.

UK Youth, a youth work charity, through its First Gear programme and ReMIT, the training provider for the retail motor industry, are working to encourage young people to have a more responsible attitude to cars and their use.

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