With a new government Green Paper looking into ways to improve road safety among young Drivers and reduce the number of road traffic accident claims, some organisations have called for a night time curfew for inexperienced road users. The Association of British Insurers, for instance, has said that if learning periods had to be a minimum of one year, and if young drivers faced restrictions on the number of young passengers they could carry, a zero-blood alcohol limit and Night-Time Driving restrictions (with some exemptions), young people's insurance premiums could be reduced by between 15% and 20%. However, while personal injury solicitors agree that making the roads safe for other road users is an important goal, curfews are a controversial approach, and better training standards, improved education and a higher number of road safety messages could be a more effective approach


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