Monday, 21 November 2011

Could Cheap Young Drivers Insurance Get Young People Working?

In an unusual move the Shadow Transport Secretary for Labour suggests that cheap young drivers insurance could get Britain's youth back to work.

Labour MP, John Woodcock suggests that "travel-to-work only" young drivers insurance premiums could help 17 - 25 year olds get a job.

Mr Woodcock is also urging for changes to the driving test and an improvement in road education. Commenting, he stated:

"There are more than one million jobless young people we must help."
He plans on outlining his idea to the Association of British Insurers at a car insurance conference this week.

Whilst this certainly represents a step in the right direction to get young people into jobs there are other ways to help bring down the cost of young drivers insurance, including taking out a black box insurance policy, such as iKube.

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