When your offspring are ready to take to the roads, you have plenty of options to keep them covered. But which is best value?
Nothing quite makes you realise your little ones are fully grown like watching them get behind the wheel for the first time.
But drivers in Britain typically need 40 to 50 hours of lessons before passing their test, and the average learner requires 20 hours of additional practice outside of their driving lessons, according to the RAC.
With pricey lessons tending to tot up, any extra experience on the road can be invaluable. Letting them practice in your car can make all the difference, if you’re willing to chaperone. But how best to tackle the issue of provisional driver insurance? (more…)