The number of young people choosing to drive while under the influence is also a cause for concern, especially as Government figures show that young men are more likely to die behind the wheel
than any other age group.
Melbourne, Apr 9 ( ANI ): Women could be far ahead of men when it comes to driving skills as males are more likely to speed, crash and, tragically, die behind the wheel
, according to a new study.
Senna died in 1994 following a crash at the San Marino Grand Prix and remains the last driver to die behind the wheel
of an F1 car.
Every year there are around 3,500 deaths on our roads and drivers aged between 17 and 21 are far more likely to die behind the wheel
than other age group.