The government has carried out a bit of research and found, unsurprisingly, that young drivers are “disillusioned” with the car insurance industry, believing it to be "greedy and corrupt". Young and newly-qualified drivers generally pay more than anyone else for car insurance because the stats show they’re more likely to be involved in an accident compared to the rest of us. It’s something the government is now looking to change, with a Green Paper outlining options to make driving safer for younger motorists. The options include more rigorous training and testing, as well as restrictions on how they can drive once they pass – such as limiting the number of passengers they are allowed to carry. As part of this research, the Department for Transport has been talking to young drivers through a series of focus groups to find out how they feel about driving in the UK – covering everything from learning to testing and the cost of insurance. Here’s what they found.