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  • Driving lessons surge as Britons seek control
  • Driving lessons surge as Britons seek control
    Jan BaborĂ¡k (2020) ©
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Driving lessons surge as Britons seek control

Driving has been dwindling among younger generations due to eco concerns, urbanisation, and the growing cost of car ownership. But with public transport presenting a risky space due to COVID-19, more people are doing a U-turn and signing up for lessons in the UK.

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