Part of the Good Egg Safety seriesPart of the Good Egg Safety series ... helping you keep your sons and daughters safer behind the wheel

Supported by Arnold Clark
  • Choosing an instructor
  • Learning to drive safely
  • The driving test
  • The law

Welcome from Arnold Clark

Arnold Clark

As a father, grandfather and great-grandfather, I understand from my own experience the worry and anxiety felt by every parent of a newly qualified young driver in the first weeks and months after passing their test.

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What's the problem?

The Problem

17-25 year olds make up just 8% of UK licence holders, and yet are involved in a quarter of ALL collisions, with more than one in four drivers killed on British roads being under the age of 24.

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Bringing the lessons home

Bringing the lessons home

The Good Egg Guide for Parents of New Drivers is packed with valuable advice including how to find an instructor who will maximise the chances of your son or daughter passing their test first time and encourage safe driving habits.

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After the test

After the test

Learning to become a safe and responsible driver does not begin and end with passing the test. Indeed, it's only now that the real challenges begin... one in five newly qualified drivers will become involved in a road accident in their first six months of driving.

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Real lives

Real Lives

It is every parent's worst nightmare. I was at work when my wife, Kim, called to tell me our son Rob was being airlifted to hospital by Surrey Air Ambulance after a terrible crash. I met the police at the Royal London Hospital and Kim was driven up by traffic police.

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Fairer Insurance

Ingenie

How can you reduce the cost of insurance for your son or daughter?

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