Studies reveal that the ideal age to be passing your driving test these days is 25 – with the likelihood of fewer accidents and less motoring convictions. Apparently the younger you are when you pass your test, the more likely you are to have an accident in your first five years of driving.
Based on data from more than a million motorists, the insurance company Admiral discovered that male learner drivers pass their test at a younger age than female learners, with 44% of them passing before the age of 19, compared to 37% of women. As many as 59% of men, but just 46% of women, pass their test the first time, whereas 7% of women take more than three attempts to pass their test while compared with 4% of men.
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