Monthly Archives: September 2015

Driving game app to boost road safety efforts Goodyear UK, the tyre company founded back in 1898, has recently announced a project designed to make the most of young people’s techie knowledge in order to boost road safety education across the country. Bringing road safety up to date According to BT Motoring News, the company,

September 28, 2015
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Free online programme to help young drivers With car accidents regularly in the news, it’s not surprising young drivers might be nervous when beginning their lessons. Emma Gardner is the campaign director behind an award winning road safety programme called Drive iQ. Developed by A2om International, the Drive iQ programme currently consists of 32 modules,

September 22, 2015
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Young drivers avoiding cars that could be cheaper to insure Research carried out by Compare the Market for This is Money has shown that young drivers are choosing cars that are stopping them from accessing the cheapest insurance premiums. According to the data, drivers under the age of 25 pay on average £505 more for

September 14, 2015
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Does age play a role in being a safe driver? Back in 2013 BBC News reported that the number of over-70 year olds who hold a UK driving licence had gone over four million for the first time – that’s 6% of all licence holders. Despite this, the over-70s only account for 4.3% of all

September 7, 2015
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Driving instructors to sit in on tests Discussions regarding the driving test seem to be constantly ongoing. From the way the test is set up, to what it is composed of and how it is marked, cases are constantly being fought. The latest change to be taken into consideration in Ireland is for instructors to

September 1, 2015
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