Learn Safe, Drive Safe

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Son or daughter learning to drive?

The biggest killer of young people in Sheffield?

The biggest cause of serious injury?

Not drink, or drugs, or crime…

Road crashes!

…and young drivers are four times more likely to be in a crash than any other driver.

How can we make it safer for them?

Council trained Learn Safe Drive Safe instructors prepare their pupils to deal with the biggest risks they’ll face after passing their test:

  • Speed

  • Friends in the car

  • Other drivers

  • Drink, drugs and tiredness

  • Mobile phones and other distractions

If you want your sons and daughters to get the safest possible start in their driving career then contact one of the Learn Safe Drive Safe instructors.

Just Google search for “Learn Safe Drive Safe”, or visit:

http://www.sheffield.gov.uk/roads/travel/driving/young-drivers/learn-safe-driv e- safe

Telephone: 0114 273 4785

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