Driving are older drivers better than young ones

Tuesday 2nd February, 2010 at 19:02 COMMENTS (0)

Driving skills: are older drivers better than young ones?

Would you rather be driven by a 70-year-old or a 17-year-old? The Daily Telegraph, asked the Institute of Advanced Motorists' chief examiner, Peter Rodger, to determine who is safer. 

Most motorists, have, at one time or another, cursed an "old codger" after finding one at the head of a long, choking queue of traffic on a fast sweeping A-road - or snarling up the supermarket car park.  But who hasn't also flinched at a near miss caused by the erratic actions of a teenager - usually male - behind the wheel?

Read the The Daily Telegrapharticle and see what you think. 

Every body has their own opinion on the standard of driving throughout the UK, and whilst this articles assesses the driving standards of two very different male drivers, this may not reflect your experiences. 

Do you have any examples that you would like to share?


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