Goodyear has announced its support of Young Driver; a road safety initiative that gets youngsters behind the wheel before they turn 17. With over 15 centres nationwide, including London, Bristol, Newcastle and many more, the programme sets out to reduce the number of road accidents involving young drivers by giving them tuition in a controlled and safe environment.
Young Driver was established in 2009 following research by the Swedish Government that showed a 41% reduction in accident rates among those that had been given early driving training. Since then, over 40,000 youngsters have been put through the Young Driver training programme.
Goodyear has an ongoing commitment to improve road safety. Alongside Young Driver, the leading tyre brand is also campaigning to teach secondary school children the Highway Code to enrich the National Curriculum. For more information visit www.goodyear.co.uk or www.youngdriver.eu.
To celebrate Goodyear’s partnership with Young Driver, Mummy Alarm has 20(!!!) one hour Young Driver lessons up for grabs. For your chance to win, simply fill in the Rafflecopter below. Incomplete entries will be removed!