Research and analysis

Young drivers' attitudes to insurance

Summary and full presentation of research into initiatives designed to reduce young drivers' road risk and insurance premiums.

Documents

Top line summary of young drivers' focus group research on attitudes to driving and insurance

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Full qualitative research presentation

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Details

Department for Transport (DfT) and insurance providers met in May 2012, to explore ways to reduce the cost of motoring insurance for young drivers. One action agreed included engaging with young people and parents to understand what they think of a range of policy and marketing interventions designed to reduce their road risk and insurance premiums.

Following the summit, the department commissioned independent researchers at Aegis Media to undertake focus group research among young people and parents. A summary of that research together with the full presentation from the research company are set out in these documents.

Published 25 March 2013