10% Fall In 17-24 Year Olds Taking Their Driving Test
In recent statistics released by The Department for Transport (DfT) reveal nearly a 10% fall in 17-24 year olds took their test between 2011 - 2012 (just under 320,000). A fall of nearly 50,000 compared to 2010 - 2011.
With the UK in it's tough economic situation, not having a driving licence can have a big impact on you when you enter the working world. In many industries, a person that doesn’t hold a full driving licence is at an automatic disadvantage over other potential employees. This can mean they are overlooked in favour of someone who can drive.
Driving is the biggest step you can take in gaining your independence. So, what are you waiting for? Where will passing your test take you?
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Statistics correct as of 31st August 2012 - http://www.dft.gov.uk