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The Automobile Association Charitable Trust for Road Safety and the Environment

17 January 2009

The new Trust launched today will look to promote practical work in the important fields of road safety and the environment. The first project carried out by this charity will be the provision of the “Drive Smart” scheme free to 2000 high-risk new drivers. These will be drivers who have passed their test in the last twelve months and who had an accident or who have points on their licence.

The trust wants to something to reduce the death and injury rates amongst new drivers. More about Drive Smart can be found here.

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