A former member·
Young drivers or new drivers?.. as each are equally likely to be involved in an accident. Not quite sure why you started shouting mid sentence either.At what point would you allow the young drivers
TO TAKE TO THE ROAD AS 30% OR SO ARE INVOLVED IN
How about this. New drivers (not just young ones) have to display a 'P' plate for the first 2yrs after they pass their test. Just like learners have to display an 'L' plate. Restrict the type of cars they can drive to under 1.2lt during that time.
Restrict the number and type of modifications they can do to their cars. Because kids out there are messing with engine and suspension settings on cars when the have no clue to the knock on effects on other aspects. Lower the supension on stock shocks, which can actually make the ride and handling worse, increase stopping distance and cause accidents. Uprating engines with no regard to increasing the braking ability of the cars.
I knew what you meant, my interpretation was deliberate, you just didn't word it very well.60%, 40% of which are bad and 30% of which are terrible... which means 30% of that 60% are good... in my 20yrs experience.
Nothing wrong with my math, just your interpretation of it. :d :d