The Times – 24th Feb 2007
Ben Webster – Transport Correspondent.

“More than 180 people were killed by uninsured drivers last year.”
Information box same article:
“2m uninsured drivers” Source: Motor Insurer’s Bureau/Association of British Insurers.

But in 2003, 3508 people were killed on British Roads. If that figure is the same for last year then only 5% of deaths are caused by uninsured British drivers, and if they cause deaths at the standard rate that would mean the total number of drivers in UK is 40 million.

OH MY GOD, THATS WHAT IT IS! MAYBE HE’S RIGHT.

Ah but total number of drivers is probably people with driving licenses. So this is probably crap but I can’t prove it.

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