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Less than two weeks left to take up no cost advanced driving offer from IAM‏

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The Institute of Advanced Motorists’ (IAM) free driving taster offer has less than two weeks to run – and the road safety charity is encouraging people to take advantage before it expires on 31 December.

Every driver in England and Wales can take advantage of the advanced driving taster session, which is worth £39.

This initiative is part of the IAM’s Love Driving campaign, which discovered that bad driving can be a real turn-off. Not only can bad motoring habits cause accidents and injury at worse; it can also put a damper on you meeting Mr or Ms Right.

The free assessment gives drivers the opportunity to carry out a 60-minute session in the comfort of their own car with a qualified assessor from the IAM. There are no special insurance requirements – you only need to hold a valid UK driving licence.

To take advantage simply log on to www.iam.org.uk/lovedriving before 31 December to register your interest.

The IAM is the UK’s largest independent road safety charity, dedicated to improving standards and safety in driving and motorcycling. The commercial division of the IAM operates through its occupational driver training company IAM Drive & Survive. The IAM has more than 200 local volunteer groups and over 90,000 members in the UK and Ireland. It is best known for the advanced driving test and the advanced driving and motorcycling courses. Its policy and research division offers advice and expertise on road safety.

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