Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Adolescents Should Banned Driving at Night?

Syubhan Akib - detikOto

London - Traffic accidents often involving teenagers. When a teenager is prohibited to drive a car will undoubtedly reduce the accident rate significantly.
Eits, calm down, driving restrictions for teenagers is not in all situations, but only at night, drinking alcohol and when they carry passengers in earlier situations.
When this is done as reported by the Daily Mail, Wednesday (22/9/2010), it would prevent up to 200 deaths per year.
It was not forever, which is only payable two years after the first time they get a SIM in accordance with the Graduated Licensing systems (GDL) which is also used in some countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Canada and many states in the United States.
Dr Sarah Jones of the University of Cardiff in his research found that the 17-19 year-old driver mambatasi in past years from 2000 to 2007, 200 lives would be saved annually.
"Not only the living who will be saved, the cost of insurance also must come down substantially if the number of accidents involving young children is reduced," he said.
Because right now than 91 people were killed or injured on British roads every day, one third of them were drivers aged less than 25 years.

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