Posted by Media Team on 25 September 2018
With parts of the UK braced for another potentially life-threatening storm Marmalade, the leading provider of cars and insurance for young people, is urging all motorists, in particular, newly-qualified drivers, to take extra care on the roads and be prepared.
Today, the Met Office has issued two Yellow weather warnings. The first is for rain covering Wales and parts of North West England, and the second is a wind warning for Storm Bronagh – the second named storm system of the season – covering much of England and parts of Wales until 9 am tomorrow.
Crispin Moger, CEO for Marmalade, comments: “The colder, and more dangerous weather conditions, is upon us meaning the UK roads can be hugely daunting and demanding for us all. It is extremely important for those who do have to venture out, that they take to the roads in a calm manner, apply care and are prepared.
“This message is particularly aimed at those younger, less qualified drivers who may be experiencing these types of conditions for the very first time and do not have the necessary confidence and skillset as those who have been driving for a number of years.”
In order for motorists to stay safe during this stormy weather, Marmalade recommends motorists are familiar with the following tips:
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