International Insurance News: The Association of British Insurers wants stringent rules for new drivers

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) have said that it should be made mandatory for new drivers to spend at least a year  driving with their L-plates on vehicles before being allowed to sit for a driving test.

It pointed out that the young people must be allowed to start learning six months ahead of reaching legal limit to drive. The  association said that the one year learning period will allow young drives to have enough time to get more supervised practice. It  also advocated a graduated driver licensing for the first six months after clearing a driving test. Read more