Provisional Marmalade

Provisional Marmalade

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Learning to drive is a milestone in a young person’s life. On average a learner driver will need 45 hours of driving lessons with a professional instructor and the Driving Standards Agency recommends further private practice of at least 20 hours. This practice cannot be underestimated. Once a provisional license holder has suitable learner driver insurance, it gives the student driver a chance to hone their driving skills with a friend or family member. Research in Sweden has shown that the more practice they do the safer they will be in the future.

However many are hesitant to let a learner driver practice in a car belonging to a family member or friend because of the huge costs of adding a learner driver to the insurance and the risk of the car owner losing their no claims bonus.

This is the answer – the award winning Provisional Marmalades learner driver insurance allows a learner driver to drive any family car with just a provisional license for a cost of around £90 a month.


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