National driving school launches ‘Queue Jump’ for learners keen to get behind the wheel when allowed
The motoring experts at Bill Plant Driving School have recently discovered that Britons are keen to get back behind the wheel and finish learning how to drive, in order to gain their licence and be free on the road.
Off the back of this, the 2019 National Driving School of the Year has launched ‘Queue Jump’ – a scheme that will allow eligible Britons to be first in the queue when driving lessons can restart in the UK.
The Queue Jump voucher costs just £10 and is fully redeemable against the user’s first driving lesson. What’s more, the voucher can be redeemed against all driving lesson offers – including block bookings. It is only available to purchase for one’s self, or as a gift for new pupils.As it stands, Monday 6th July is the provisional restart date that Bill Plant Driving School has set, but this is yet to be confirmed by the Government.
Launched at midnight last night, the company received their first booking within an hour (at 1am) and it’s proven popular throughout the first day with nearly 60% of the new non-key worker bookings securing their driving lesson Queue Jump.
More information, FAQs and T&Cs can be found at: https://www.billplant.co.uk/queuejump
More information on the research & findings in relation to Britons being keen to get back behind the wheel can be found at: https://www.billplant.co.uk/brits-keen-to-get-behind-the-wheel