James May says: "It's a terrible time to be in your late teens and early 20s"
He claims it's unfair that 70,000 people around the country are having to redo their driving theory tests due to COVID.
Speaking with Sky News earlier today, James May explains just how unlucky youths have been throughout lockdown here in the UK.
He says, "It's a terrible time to be in your late teens and early twenties." Here, he is referring to the fact that over 70,000 young people are having to retake their driving theory tests because they haven't been able to take their full test due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
You see, here in the UK you have two years after taking your theory test where you can do your driving test and COVID has effectively added a year onto that because driving lessons haven't been possible, making it much harder for people to take it.
James follows this up by discussing how young people aren't able to do the sorts of things young people are supposed to do much like meeting up with friends and going to college.
Thankfully, James May has got you covered through the use of his app called 'My Theory Test by James May'. This is a perfect way to learn all you need to know about the UK's driving theory test and it's taught by James May. If you are interested in finding out more, then check out his website, or look for it on your app store.