August 15, 2014

Young Men at Highest Risk of Driving Ban

A new study has revealed the information that young men between the ages of 20-30 are at the highest risk of having their driving license revoked.

After the Institute of Advanced Motorists provided a Freedom of Information request to the DVLA, the shocking figures came back to reveal that between July 2013 and June 2014, over 90,000 people were disqualified from driving, with over a third of these being in their twenties, with only just over 4000 of these being women.

The single age for the highest offenders was 25 – showing that men in the third decade of life were at the highest risk of being disqualified from driving.

These figures stand out in comparison to other demographics, as over 31,000 twenty-somethings were disqualified in this period, compared to just a little over 10,000 in their 50’s or even less than 4000 in their 60’s.

All drivers need to ensure that they are particularly careful on the road – however if you fall into this bracket, you may want to take heed and start to pay extra attention when driving.

Safe driving from Britannia!

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