Tank of mum and dad – Parents spend up to £750 a year to help keep their children on the road

Over 60% of 17-24-year-old drivers have received financial support from their parents to help them run their car over the last twelve months – up from 49% before the pandemic

Lockdown creates learner driver backlog

A recent poll of FirstCar’s readers showed that over half of those learning to drive stayed off the roads during lockdown, even shunning private practice with parents

AA reveal 91% of parents are unsatisfied with current school traffic plan in place

More than half of parents polled reported traffic chaos near their child’s school at dropping off and picking up times…


Quentin Willson to give book signing at Conference & Expo

TV presenter and author Quentin Wilson will be at the ADINJC & Intelligent Instructor Conference & Expo on October 6th…

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National study reveals that overprotective parents might be making their child’s driving worse

Leasing Options conducted an independent survey of 1,000 people across the UK to find out how parents really feel about…


Parents pay out more than £2 billion a year to help their children with motoring costs, a new survey reveals

Over half (52%) of UK parents admit to helping their kids with car running costs over the last 12 months, spending an average £762 per child