Special deal for young drivers
Chorley Advanced Motorists is offering a discount off its advanced driving course and staging a promotional event for young drivers.
'Alive To Drive' will take place 11-14 June and anybody that signs up for a combined course of advanced motoring and skid control will have £99 waived from the cost with help from a National Lottery Awards for All Grant.
Simon Kirkman, chairman of Chorley Advanced Motorists, said: "Together these courses will develop the ability of young drivers giving them skills to judge situations much better and learn how to handle their car all for a bargain price of only £139.”
For further information go to: www.alivetodrive.co.uk.
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