Be Wiser Press Releases
With one in five newly qualified drivers having an accident in the first 6 months of passing, it’s natural for parents to worry about their youngster’s first taste of the open road.
Over half of parents would not like to teach their children to drive, but they could be missing out on important driving safety lessons themselves.
Just 3% of people think teachers should be the primary people to teach children about road safety, a recent poll by Be Wiser Insurance has found.
A huge 95% of respondents claimed parents should be responsible for teaching children to cross the road safely.
87% of motorists have noticed there is less road safety advertising than there once was, causing concern for future generations' road safety education.
Petrol prices were at an average of 102p per litre in February, and have been under £1 per litre on supermarket forecourts since December 2015. Fuel prices have been at their lowest since 2009, which should be great news for long-suffering motorists – in theory.
For many of us, our daily commute can be a source of stress and frustration.
Motorists could be spending twice as much on their daily commute than they think they are, a recent survey has revealed.
As well as the riders, sponsors and various team members being introduced to selected media and VIPs at the Sanctum Soho Hotel this afternoon, the team displayed the Be Wiser-liveried and fully factory-supported Ducati Panigale R which Byrne and Irwin will have at their disposal.
Pictured – left to right Sue Husband - Director of National Apprenticeships Service, Richard Harcourt, Executive Vice President Supply Chain at Rolls Royce, Crescens George and Nadhim Zahawi.
Nearly half (42%) of drivers with a drink driving offence are aged between 25-34 years old, according to statistics released by Be Wiser Insurance.
The data is drawn from a three month period of car insurance quotations by the company.