It’s the most wonderful time of the year again, so we decided to offer a little help to all the families with new drivers on their “nice list”!
These items range from fun stocking fillers to handy pieces of tech that will keep them safe, so let’s get to it!
Car Air Fresheners
They’re cheap, they’re necessary, and there’s loads to chose from! These little things are great stocking fillers for new drivers, not to mention completely practical! There’s an air freshener out there for everyone!
Glare Resistant Sunglasses
It might not be the time of year where you think it’s acceptable to wear sunglasses, but specific glare resistant sunglasses will ensure that their sight is the best it can be behind the wheel. These specific kinds of sunglasses are designed to reduce glare from sunlight or car headlights, so the learner driver can drive safely!
There’s nothing better than going for a drive with your favourite tunes on and an aux lead is an essential for that! If there’s nowhere to put an aux lead in their car, why not make them a mixed CD with your pick of the ultimate driving tunes?
If you’re racking your brains for a present for a learner driver, why not gift them with a temporary learner policy? Whether they own a car or need to borrow one to practice their driving, you can give the gift of private practice. This not only helps them pass their driving test, but also helps them to become a safer driver!
Although it’s on the pricier end of the scale, why not give the gift of guidance this year by buying them a sat-nav? Since using one is now mandatory in the driving test, it may come in handy! Kiss goodbye to getting lost!
A dashcam may not be the most thrilling present, but for any new driver who loves their car, a dashcam can be extremely useful. Not only do they keep an eye on what’s happening to your car whilst you’re not around, but it can be hugely beneficial to have in an event of a claim. A sensible bit of tech for drivers at any level!
Whatever you choose to buy, we hope you have a lovely Christmas.
If you’re a learner driver who has a driving test in 2018 and want to squeeze in some practice over the Christmas period, click here to get a quote.
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