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It's a huge moment when your child starts learning to drive - for you and for them - so we want to arm you with all the information and advice that you'll need to help them along this journey. From buying and insuring a car to helping them learn to drive, keeping your child safe on the road to discussing sticky subjects like drinking and drugs - we're here to help!
Your teenager's decision to learn to drive might cost a pretty penny! The good news is, there are ways to cut costs whilst still getting everything they need.
Learning to drive is a milestone in all of our lives, so when your teenager says they want to start learning, it is a huge step. But how do you find the right instructor for your son or daughter?
It's an anxious time when your child is no longer a child, and wants to get behind the wheel for themselves. To help combat the nerves, we’ve got a handy list of tips and advice, to help you when your teenager inevitably says ‘I want to learn how to drive’.
We have put together some advice to help you keep calm when your child passes their driving test!
If your son or daughter has taken their driving test, but failed, it's likely that they won't be feeling too great at first. As a parent, there are lots of things you can do to try and pick them back up!
The driving test is changing on December 4th 2017, so what do you need to know, in order to support your child? Here is our guide to what's changing, and how you can help your son or daughter to pass their driving test.
Helping your son or daughter buy their first car is as stressful as it is exciting. We've put together some handy tips to help you through the journey of buying your child's first car.
There are so many tricky conversations that parents need to have with their kids, and talking about drinking and drugs is definitely high on the list.
As a parent, it's a big deal to know that your child is out on the open road, so at least with these safety products on board they will be covered in the event of any issues.