Road deaths rise for the first time since 2003
Department for Transport figures announced today have shown that the number of road deaths has risen for the first time in almost a decade.
The alarming new figures also reveal that road crashes are the biggest killer for young people aged 16-24, which has led to calls for improved driver training, a review of speed limits, and more action to curb drink driving.
With statistics revealing that one in five drivers has a crash in the first six months after passing their test, this lends weight to ingenie's support for Drive iQ as well as highlighting the benefits of telematics car insurance, which helps to educate young drivers from the moment they get behind the wheel.
You can read the full report here.