Each year over 825,000 people in the UK pass their driving test and enjoy the freedom and independence of being a driver. However, newly qualified young drivers are the highest risk road user group with a 1 in 4 chance of crashing within 2 years of passing the driving test. Road crashes are the number one killer of 17-24 year olds in the UK.
The Honest Truth is a national road safety charity working in close collaboration with the emergency services, road safety organisations and Approved Driving Instructors across the UK.
Driving Instructors have different specialisms, skills and interests, so you need to pick someone who cares about road safety, who comes recommended and who will be a good fit. Many Driving Instructors are members of The Honest Truth network which means that they have agreed to talk about road safety and safer driving behaviours with their students. Search below to find an Honest Truth Approved Driving Instructor.
We were delighted to be invited to attend the ‘Young Driver Focus’ event at the RAC Club in London on 1st May 2019. This gave us a fantastic opportunity to launch our new and improved range of educational materials for driving instructors relaying life saving road safety messages to learner drivers. Our Ambassador Sgt Olly …
A haulier, police problem solvers and a Police and Crime Commissioner have teamed up to launch a campaign
Alan has been an ADI since 2001, however driving has been a love and hobby for all of his life.
Ayub Khan is an Approved Driving Instructor working in Leeds and Bradford, West Yorkshire
Roger Tull is an independent ADI, working in and around Southampton. He has been a driving instructor for 16 years
Jerry Mitchell is a parent who spoke movingly at a Safe Drive, Stay Alive event in Dorset
I’ve been driving for just over three years now. Since I first started getting lessons I believed
Laura Neilson is a 23-year-old PDI (Potential Driving Instructor) in the Peterborough area
Exeter Marathon takes place on Sunday 19 May. The Honest Truth has five free places for this event.
This month we spoke with Nigel Slater from Kent. Nigel has been an ADI for over 12 years