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good egg young drA VITAL free resource which has helped thousands of new motorists to earn their driving licences then steer clear of trouble has undergone a massive revamp.

The respected Good Egg Drivers initiative has overhauled its online resources for L-Plate drivers and anxious parents, making it easier to get helpful advice on earning a driving licence – then keeping it.

Delighted chief executive Jan James unveiled the new website, www.goodeggdrivers.com and said: “High numbers of responsible young drivers have already thanked us for the help we’ve given them.

“Now we’ve made it even easier for 17-year-olds to get step-by-step guidance through every stage of the process, from applying for a provisional to making sure they don’t lose their driving licence within weeks or months of finally getting it.

“We’ve also taken a number of our separate websites and combined them into one powerful and free resource which is also of huge help to both parents and driving instructors.”

Good Egg Safety is headquartered in Edinburgh, Scotland and its Good Egg Drivers campaign, aimed at 17 - 25 year-olds, has been a success across the UK, with backing from Arnold Clark motor group.

After months of planning it has now made its new website live, incorporating previously separate sites - one for parents and another on the disastrous consequences of driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

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Good Egg upgrades young driver safety programme

Good Egg upgrades young driver safety programme

Good Egg Safety, which campaigns for better safety knowledge among young drivers, today announced that it is upgrading its UK programme, in the wake of claims that the government is delaying the Graduated Driving Licence (GDL) until after the General Election. Good Egg has appointed Gill Starkie as the programme’s National Education and Training Manager. Good Egg’s new drivers programme has been extensively deployed in schools in Scotland, backed by 19 year old racing driver Christie Doran, and is now looking to extend across England and Wales.

Chief Executive Jan James said today: “We’re bitterly disappointed that the government hasn’t brought forward the Graduated Driving Licence, and now looks like it won’t before the General Election. Building better road safety into the driving test will save lives. I don’t understand why that isn’t a priority. 

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Young Fife learner driver wins brand new car!

TEENAGER Kayleigh Edwards won a new Fiat 500 – then admitted she would have to step up the driving lessons.

The 17-year-old from Dundee was picked from thousands of entries in the Good Egg young drivers’ competition and got the keys to the bright red motor at Arnold Clark Fiat in Kirkcaldy on Tuesday.

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