Do you deserve a licence to drive?
Inexperienced drivers should be banned from night driving to reduce the risk of accidents, according to researchers. Does the driving test need an overhaul?
Cardiff university researchers said "graduated driver licensing" for those aged 17-24 could save more than 200 lives and result in 1,700 fewer serious injuries each year.
This follows concerns of UK police about the safety of elderly drivers, who they claim are far more likely to be involved in low speed collisions, often caused by failing eyesight or confusion over the car's controls.
Does the driving test need modernising? Should there be restrictions for new drivers? Should elderly motorists retake a test? Should all drivers be made to renew their licences? What is required to hold a licence in your country, and are there restrictions on young or older drivers?
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