Middle Aged Drivers More Dangerous Than Young Drivers

Thursday, 21. October 2010

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Research by licence checking company, CFC solutions, revealed that whilst there is a common held belief that young drivers and older drivers have more points on their licences than those in their middle age, it’s not as simple as that. The theory held good and younger and older drivers (17 – 25 & 65+) certainly do have a higher frequency of points on their licences but it was found that those in the 25-34 and 35-44 age groups, when they had points, they were more than in the other age groups. The highest numbers of 5-8 points and over 9 points appeared in those two groups. It seems that these middle age drivers suffer from over confidence, expecting lightening not to strike twice and then it does! In terms of risk these drivers are now being seen to be of higher risk than the young and older drivers which may cause the insurance companies to re-align their premiums. Good, cos I’m outside of those two high risk, loony driver groups. By Graham Hill

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