News articles - May 2012
A recent survey by a price comparison website* has revealed that almost three quarters of newly qualified drivers are opting for a car with an engine size under 1.3 litres.
A learner driver in Worthing was faced with a bizarre and scary situation involving an elderly driver.
According to recent figures learner driver insurance holders in Scotland have been involved in 46 accidents in the past 5 years during their driving test.
A young driver was lucky to escape with his life after his car was trapped under the side of a lorry on a motorway.
Young drivers could be interested in an internet game that allows them to make guesses on the outcome of forthcoming Formula One races.
Learner drivers will now be able to take their driving tests in Southend for the first time in four years.
Radical changes to learner driver speed limits and age restrictions are under consideration in Northern Ireland.
A school in Berwickshire is providing its pupils with driving lessons from the age of 14.
ENGAGE - a police-led scheme in Wirral is aimed at improving road safety for learner driver insurance holders.
According to Irish police 43% of learner drivers are getting behind the wheel unaccompanied, which highlights a possible concern in the UK as well.
Parents of teenage drivers are concerned that their children drive too fast behind the wheel, according to a recent poll by Good Egg Safety.
Young drivers between 17 - 25 are encouraged to look at black box policies as an alternative to help bring down the cost of car insurance.
TyreSafe, the tyre safety group, have warned that young drivers who believe they can save money by driving on worn tyres are putting themselves and others at risk.
Learner driver insurance holders taking lessons with Hornby Driver Training in Belton could have reasons to be thankful.
A learner driver has been jailed following an accident where three parked cars were damaged after he drunkenly ploughed into them.