We all know how costly it can be to get your car insured, especially your first car. That’s why there are schemes out there to help young drivers stay safe on the road, and save some money. Let’s have a look at some of the things you should and shouldn’t do as a young driver.
As more and more people become affected by an increase in car insurance prices, researchers have been trying to work out what factors have caused the rise. They’ve come to a surprising conclusion. Figures have shown that record-breaking low petrol prices have caused drivers to spend more time on the road, which has inadvertently caused
We have seen a hectic start to the year, with insurance prices rising and falling, and predictions pointing us in all kinds of directions. We’ve also seen a number of increases and decreases in car sales across the motoring industry in the past couple of years. Last year we saw the UK’s new-car market succeed
Parents, emergency services and motoring authorities around the country are appealing to young people to improve their road safety following a period of increased deaths on the roads. Increased risk According to Brake, young drivers aged between 17-24 years old are at a much higher risk of crashing than older drivers. Drivers aged 17-19 only
In 2014, The Department for Transport conducted a National Travel Survey. In this survey, they found that in the past 18 years, there has been a considerable drop in the number of young people that are in possession of a full driving licence. Why is this? According to the survey, 43% of 17 – 20