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4 Apr 7:01pm

Number of young people with driving licence in Great Britain at lowest on record

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Fall to 2.97 million people aged 16 to 25 holding full licence blamed partly on Covid restrictions The number of young people qualified to drive has fallen to the lowest level on record as driving lessons and tests have been suspended and financial pressures have increased as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Just 2.97 million people aged 16 to 25 in Great Britain hold a full licence, down from 3.32 million in March 2020 and the lowest number in records dating back to 2012, when there were 3.42 million.
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