From the 20th to the 22nd of November this year, Ford's Driving Skills for Life Programme will take place at the Excel Exhibition Centre in London.
Working with the RoSPA, Brake and AA Drive Tech, Ford is offering young drivers free-of-charge, hands-on training, in order to educate them on hazard recognition, vehicle handling, speed/space management and distraction awareness, aspects which they may not fully cover during normal lessons.
Currently in its third year, Ford's DSFL is open to drivers aged between 18 and 24, with registration open now.
Andy Barratt, Chairman and Managing Director, Ford of Britain, said: "We're proud that our Driving Skills for Life programme helps young drivers gain experience behind the wheel in a safe and fun environment and demonstrates the dangers of things such as inappropriate mobile phone use and drink-driving. Ford recognises that young drivers are statistically more at risk than any other group and our global DSFL programme aims to help address this."