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Good Egg unveils new-look online resources

10 June 2015

Story from Road Safety GB.

The new site incorporates two previously separate sites - one for parents and another on the consequences of driving while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

The main aim of the new site is to outline a seven stage process covering:

  • applying for a provisional
  • choosing an instructor
  • the theory test
  • the practical test;
  • your first car
  • getting insured
  • keeping your licence.

Each section contains downloadable guides and resources, which consistently reinforce the principles of safe and responsible driving. a car.

The resource has been welcomed by Honor Byford, chair of Road Safety GB, who said, “Parents, grandparents and carers all want to ensure their children’s safety, including when they are travelling in a car and later when they want to learn to drive themselves. The Good Egg guides and their website provide clear, simple and usable information that helps you do just that. Their no-nonsense, practical approach is just what we need to find out what to do and how to do it.”

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