Brition is thinking of banning young drivers under 24 from driving at night between the hours of 11pm and 4am.
They will also be baned from carring passengers for the first six months after their test.
The British Insurance companies want this brought in and made a law to cut down on the amount of deaths and claims.
Banning newly qualified young drivers from night-time motoring, drinking any alcohol or carrying passengers of a similar age could save 200 lives a year and lead to 1,700 fewer injuries, according to researchers.
Similar schemes already exist in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and parts of the US. One in five new drivers in the UK crash within six months of passing their test and young drivers are 10 times more likely to be involved in accidents.
One in eight driving licence-holders are aged 25 or under, yet a third of those killed on the roads are aged under 25.
27% of motor personal injury insurance claims over £500,000 result from a crash involving a driver aged 17-24.
These measures for those aged 17-24 could save more than 200 lives and result in 1,700 fewer serious injuries each year.
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