As the UK braces for its coldest winter in years, with hail, sleet and snow expected across the country, Marmalade – a leading provider of car insurance and cars for young drivers - has discovered black ice is the biggest anxiety for young drivers this winter.
70% of young people, aged 16-17 feel like they're a generation of guinea pigs.
With less than two weeks to go until the inevitable driving test changes come into place on 4th December, Marmalade has discovered that half of the UK’s learner drivers do not feel at all prepared to face the new driving test format.
In a poll of over 1,000 young drivers, Marmalade, a leading provider of cars and insurance for young drivers, has found that almost half of young drivers don’t have any need for Apple’s new feature.
With less than a month to go before the UK sees driving tests undergo the biggest change in generations, Marmalade has been delving into the mind-set of the young learner driver to see how they are preparing to deal with the new format on Monday 4th December 2017.
As the UK draws closer to the end of British Summer Time (BST) and the clocks go back, Marmalade - a leading provider of car insurance and cars for young drivers - is urging all motorists not to become a statistic this winter.
To help parents to get their kids get on the road, Marmalade has launched an innovative new policy that lets young people take out their own insurance on the family car, with no knock-on effect for the parents’ policy.
Marmalade, the leading provider of insurance and cars for young and learner drivers, has lent support to the addition of motorway experience to driving lessons by the Department for Transport. From 2018, learner drivers will be allowed to drive on motorways with an approved driving instructor in a dual-control car, giving them experience that they would not have previously had until after passing their practical driving test.
New research by leading telematics insurer Marmalade indicates that half of young drivers have equal or greater anxiety about driving tests when compared to their exams.