Young drivers get their parents to learn them how to drive a car says More Than
New research from More Than motor insurance has found that many young drivers are today getting their parents to teach them to drive a car rather than having to pay for expensive driving lessons, in an attempt to try and save money.
The study revealed that around fifteen per cent of drivers who had been taught how to drive a car by a family member stated it was a difficult experience. You must also make sure that family members or the tutors have the right car insurance policy, just in case of an accident.
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