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That this House welcomes the Seventh Report of Session 2006-07 of the House of Commons Transport Committee on Novice Drivers, House of Commons Paper 954; supports the Report's recommendations for a more structured approach to learning to drive; deplores the statistics which show there were 477 young drivers killed on Britain's roads in 2005; recognises the importance of a lifelong learning approach to driving safely and the need to start safe driving education in schools to equip young people with the skills and attitudes to drive for life; believes that there is a need to reform the driver training and testing system to enable novice drivers to have supervised lessons on motorways and instruction on night driving; and calls on the Government to prioritise the Driving Standards Agency review of driver training to enable novice drivers to gain broad experience before taking their driving test to equip them for the challenges on the roads of today and the future.
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