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Young drivers are at the greatest risk of crashing when they first drive solo.

Evidence shows more practice, in more conditions, more often makes young drivers safer. It gives them valuable experience and enables them to develop their driving skills. Learning to drive can be a challenge and humorous for learner and supervisor, and the campaign highlights some of these moments. But the more supervised practice a learner has, the safer they’ll be when they are driving on their own. To help make young drivers safer, new regulations come into effect in December.