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Programme 16; Driver Training Programme for The Young at Alconbury Driving Centre

Young driver training is a new programme of three hours, which has started in The Alconbury Driving Centre (ADC) and it especially aims at training youngsters to become “better than average drivers” by learning advanced driving techniques.

Alconbury, Cambridgeshire, UK, May 02, 2012 -- Young driver training is a new programme of three hours (costing £99 including VAT), which has started in The Alconbury Driving Centre (ADC) and it especially aims at training youngsters to become “better than average drivers” by learning advanced driving techniques.

The programme is only for serious youngsters who are committed to learn to become “better than average drivers” and are enthusiastic.

Alconbury has excellent facilities and is very safe. It has a good team of expert trainers and supervisors who practice the art of good teaching in order to cater to learners of different abilities. Parents can trust their young children with a good and safe environment to learn driving. In case there’s a need students can also be picked and dropped home with a nominal transport fee, which is further used to improve the centre’s facilities.

For driving on the road it is mandatory to have a license and is only permissable for people 17 and over. The ADC however offers young driver training for people as young as 14 on it's safe, off-road, centre to help them be safer and better prepared than the average learner driver.

Students drive in dual controlled cars under their instructor’s supervision, at a maximum of 29mph, however some demonstrations may require expert drivers to drive up to 60mph, but never more than that. They are also driven by instructors on public roads so as to familiarize with the road and traffic, and observe behaviours of drivers. Skidding is demonstrated by experts and some older students are given opportunity for hands on skid training, in order to learn using vehicle control and effects of changing road and weather conditions.

"Programme 16" is open for those above14 years and there are special offers such as birthday group booking, birthday gift or gift vouchers.  
 
 

Contact Information

  • Name: Paul Staple

    Company: Alconbury Driving Centre

    Telphone: -- , -

    Address: Contact :
    Paul Staple
    Alconbury Driving Centre
    154 Northgate
    Alconbury Airfield
    Huntingdon, PE28 4WX
    01480 457439
    contact@alconburydrivingcentre.com
    http://www.alconburydrivingcentre.com

    Email: contact@alconburydrivingcentre.com