Be Wiser Press Releases
After a six-week break, the MSA F4 British Championship returns to action at the Snetterton 300 circuit this weekend whereby Fortec Motorsport driver Frank Bird will be looking to continue where he left off at, at Croft back in June.
One of the UK’s biggest privately owned insurance brokers has opened the doors to a brand new office in Swindon, paving the way for hundreds of jobs to be created for local people.
Despite his best efforts, he came away empty handed in his quest for his first points of the season but it wasn’t for the lack of trying.
Be Wiser Insurance’s owl logo is spreading its wings this year, being featured on budding racing driver Frank Bird’s race car.
The 16-year-old is competing in the Ford British F4 Championship – “grass roots” racing for youngsters taking their first steps into single-seater race cars.
Hampshire-based Be Wiser Insurance is supporting two key golfing tournaments in the county this summer as it drives to showcases its brand to new audiences in 2016.
36% of motorists have some kind of dashboard camera in their car, a recent poll by Be Wiser Insurance has revealed.
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.