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A woman from the West Midlands - who's daughter was killed in a car crash - is getting behind new recommendations to try to reduce the number of new drivers involved in crashes.
Jane Marsh's daughter Kelly was a passenger in a car where the driver was twice over the drink drive limit.
She told Capital that noone should have to go through the same as she did:
"To actually have to go and identify your daughter. What's left of your daughter. The pain. (It's been a) Complete change of my life"
A new study by Brake found most drivers think learners should have at least 35 hours supervision before their test.
They also want them to have a restricted licence for a while after they've passed.