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.
Leading telematics insurer Marmalade is the driving force behind the UK’s first ever Learner Driver Week and introduces an innovative, new insurance product.
In a recent poll of almost 300 drivers, Marmalade, the young driver insurance specialists, found that almost 60 percent of young drivers suffered from anxiety behind the wheel.
According to a poll of 304 drivers conducted by Marmalade, the specialist telematics insurer for young drivers, almost 60 percent of drivers hitting the road are unaware of the change in speeding fines that came into effect today.