Helping L Drivers
Helping Young People Learn to Drive and Ride Safely
As soon as a learner driver passes his or her driving test, and can drive unsupervised, their risk of crashing increases dramatically.
However, this risk is reduced if learners gain as much supervised driving experience as possible while they are learning to drive, including both professional lessons with an Approved Driving Instructor (ADI) and private practise with a parent or friend.
This website has been created by RoSPA to help parents and guardians ensure that their children who are learning to drive get the most benefit from their learning period. It also offers help and advice for parents of learner motorcyclists.
For further information for learner drivers visit: www.helpingldrivers.com.
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