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Young Driver Challenge 2017
Young Driver Challenge
We're the biggest and best Young Driver™ Lesson provider in the UK
We've delivered over 400,000 lessons so far and we are the UK's biggest and best under 17 driving school.
You can't get a driving licence in the UK until you're 17 but now, thanks to YOUNG DRIVER™, if you're 10 or over, you can learn to drive at one of our 45 UK centres. With over 400,000 lessons delivered since 2009 we are the UKs biggest under 17 driving school. Its a great opportunity for junior drivers.
Research shows that it is a lack of driving experience - not a lack of years on the planet - that causes 1 in 5 newly qualified drivers to crash within 6 months of passing their test. Something had to be done to reduce this frightening statistic - and so we started YOUNG DRIVER™!MORE
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The 2017 Young Driver Challenge
The search is on for Britain's best Young Driver!
The 2017 Young Driver Challenge is open to those aged between 10 and 16 years being run by Young Driver, the UK's largest provider of under-17 driving tuition.
The challenge, which is now open for entries until the end of July, judge the skills of entrants based on a series of challenges and manoeuvres, including parallel parking, figures of eight, a turn in the road, steering, judgement and positioning.FULL STORY...
Young Driver win Honest John Best Car Experience 2017!
“There are lots of driving experiences that are designed to be exciting or informative, but we think Admiral’s Young Driver lessons are the best experience days going. They give youngsters a chance to drive a real car with an instructor before they turn 17. Prices are perfectly reasonable and there loads of locations across the UK. Admiral Young Driver gives learners a head start, which is not only fun, but should improve their safety when they do pass.”FULL STORY...
DIA Learning project on behalf of Highways England and DfT
Highways England and the Driving Instructors Association (DIA) have teamed up in an attempt to find out more about what learner or new drivers think about driving on motorways.
After the announcement at the beginning of the year allowing learner drivers to practice on motorways under government plans to improve road safety, motorway driving has remained a hot topic.FULL STORY...