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Should young drivers have to learn for one year?

The Association of British Insurers says learner drivers should have lessons for a year before they are allowed a license.

It says the measure could cut the number of accidents involving young people and reduce insurance premiums.

Radio 5 live's Chris Warburton got reaction from Peter Roger of the Institute of Advanced Motorists and from Nick Herriot, 21, from Brighton, who has been driving for nearly a year.

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  • 04 Oct 2012
  • From the section UK
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