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Would an incentive of reducing insurance premiums for young drivers encourage them to take advanced driving courses?

A HARTLEPOOL road safety charity is calling for more young and new drivers to learn skills that could save their life.

The Hartlepool branch of the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) backed the findings of a national survey which showed young, novice drivers are those who are most at risk on the roads.

The IAM study, The Fast and the Curious, revealed that it is men who believe they are more skilful than the average driver at 62 per cent, compared to 32 per cent for women.

Today we ask: Would an incentive of reducing insurance premiums for young drivers encourage them to take advanced driving courses?