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A young person is killed on UK roads every 18 hours, while another suffers a serious injury every 90 minutes.
In 2009 a fatal accident in South Devon took the lives of three young people and this, coupled with the shocking statistics, triggered The Honest Truth campaign.
17 to 24 year olds make up just 10% of the population but in recent years have been responsible for half the crashes blamed on excess speed and half of crashes involving only one vehicle and The Honest Truth Campaign wants to see these numbers reduced.
More than 300 driving instructors are set to receive brand new resources from the pioneering new campaign to help educate learner drivers about the risks they face on the road after they pass.
The material which stresses small changes save lives, features animal-human hybrids which each relate to eight bad habits that could cause fatalities.
Each of the topics feature statistics and heart breaking true life stories.