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Accident-prone adults worse than teenagers says new research




Results of new motoring survey released
Results of new motoring survey released

That’s right. New research from Car Dealer Reviews, which studied accidents across the UK using government statistics, has concluded that older drivers are now more susceptible to crashes than adolescents.

In fact, any driver over the age of 25 is considerably more probable to crash than someone aged 16-19, in many cases this is two-to-three times as likely.

Results of new motoring survey released
Results of new motoring survey released

Notably the elderly, aged 60+, are twice as responsible for accidents across the UK as teenagers, notching up 12% of all crashes.



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