Wheels24 reported on research showing that inexperience and over-confidence were the main reasons why new drivers are the biggest insurance risk.A poll by Britain’s Institute of Advanced Motorists rate peer pressure (67%), immaturity (52%) and shortfalls in the learning process (45%) as important risk factors.‘LAW ENFORCEMENT NOT ENOUGH'Wheels24 reader PATRICK MASHELE had this to say...I agree with the results of the poll. I think law enforcement on SA’s roads are not doing enough to deal with the problem. Driving schools offer too short a period for learners to gain sufficient knowledge where driving is concerned. ALCOHOL – A DANGER TO DRIVERSThe availability of alcohol makes it difficult for our young generations to avoid. In the townships, there are taverns/shebeens on every street. You will often see fancy cars parked outside and ask yourself how drivers, who are drinking well into the night, will be able to drive home?I suggest that police should start by checking those drivers they are a danger to the public.Email us and we'll publish your thoughts on Wheels24.