The move came in the wake of research by the
One in ten drivers did not drive for at least two years after originally passing their test and getting their license, the survey discovered.
Frances Browning, spokesperson for Churchill
“Drivers need to be able to handle a range of different road and traffic situations, which only regular practice can help with,” she added.
Some 47 per cent of the drivers surveyed by Churchill admitted they were uncomfortable driving on busy roads.
The Pass Plus course is designed by the Driving Standards Agency to help motorists build on their existing skills base.
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