Malcolm Tarling, a spokesperson for the body, also said that the government could help to make the market more competitive by introducing a one-year minimum learning period.
He added that there are still some ways in which a young driver can insure themselves and also reduce their premiums with a prospective provider.
"Look into pass plus; some companies now offer incentives for young drivers who have this," he explained.
The Daily Telegraph has previously reported that insurance providers including Axa, More Than, Swiftcover and Halifax are among a number of companies rejecting cover applications from 17-year-olds.
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