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There’s an interesting article on Automotive News Europe. It’s a subject I’ve heard brought up time and time again and was wondering what you thought. Recently, stats came out showing that automotive deaths were down over last year, a good thing, but will that make us complacent when it comes to improving safety and addressing issues that distract drivers?

Here’s the article on night driving: New motorists should face night-driving ban, study says

Newly qualified drivers should face restrictions such as being banned from driving at night to help cut down on a growing number of crashes involving young motorists, British researchers said on Tuesday.

A graduated driver licensing (GDL) scheme could save up to 200 lives a year and avoid 14,000 casualties saving Britain 890 million pounds in the process as well, researchers from Cardiff University in Wales said.

Granted it’s England, but I’ve seen it suggested here in the states.

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