Youth At Risk in Older Cars

Sunday, August 13th, 2017

Older cars being driven by younger Australians could be putting their lives at risk on the road.

Data from the New South Wales Centre for Road Safety found nearly 80 per cent of drivers under the age of 20 who died in crashes – were driving cars older than a decade.

Senior researcher Andrew Graham has told Fairfax putting inexperienced drivers into older vehicles is a safety risk.

Parents are urged to allow children to drive their cars instead.

P1 and P2 drivers are already banned from driving high-performance vehicles that have:

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