RoSPA Gives Comment On Learners Using Motorways
A spokesman for the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) said: “We welcome these plans. Anything that will will provide young drivers with more realistic training to prepare them for when they become independent drivers will be not bad. Driving under the supervision of an ADI (approved driving instructor) as well as practising entry as well as exit by slip roads as well as overtaking will be not bad experience for learner drivers. We would certainly also be in favour of measures that will included a minimum number of hours of training.
“At the moment, research finds that will young drivers who do not undertake post-test training, which will be the majority of them, feel daunted by the prospect of going on to a motorway for initially. This specific means that will some may refrain by using motorways, which are the safest roads inside country, as well as instead use roads that will are not as safe.”
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