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 licence 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 practise 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 licence for a cost of around £90 a month.
“Insurance for Learner Drivers is easy with Provisional Marmalade”
Taking out Learner Driver Insurance means that a learner driver can have many hours driving practice at a low cost per day. This driving practice is with someone they know and feel relaxed with and they are safe in the knowledge that should they have an accident the owner’s insurance will not be affected and the owner’s No Claim Bonus will remain intact.
The provisional licence holder can make the most of the policy by practising with any driver that has held a full driving licence for 3 years and is over the age of 25. They don’t even need to be the car owner. Provided the Provisional Marmalade Insurance policy is in place and they have the owner’s permission, the learner driver has comprehensive insurance to drive.
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Provisional Insurance costs as little as £90.95 per month!
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