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What the papers say - The Observer

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People who drive for work cause a third of all UK road deaths, research carried out by the Transport Research Institute at Napier University revealed this week. About 1,000 deaths are caused annually by employees driving to meet colleagues or clients. These motorists are also most likely to break speed limits and crash into other cars.

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