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Total Drive partners with Brake to make our roads safer

Total Drive partners with Brake to make our roads safer

We at Total Drive know that road safety is paramount, and as a driving instructor, it’s something you teach your students all the time. You may do this by teaching them basic safety, such as using their seatbelt and checking their lights are on, or by encouraging safer driving, like using their mirrors and checking their blind spot. 

Both ourselves and Brake are passionate about road safety, not just for learners but for all road users. This is why a partnership seemed like the perfect opportunity that will hopefully encourage further road safety and inspire young drivers. We’re supporting Brake as a corporate partner, and you can help us.

When you use the code BRAKE2021 to subscribe, £10 goes directly to the charity to help make our roads secure for all users. Through our fundraising, we’re hoping to make roads a safer place to be and give new drivers the confidence to go out into the world on their own. This funding will support Brake’s campaign work for safer streets with the National Road Victim Service, so use the code to make an impact.

If you don’t yet have the Total Drive app, it’s available to download through the Apple store and the Google Play store, meaning you have access whether you use an Apple or android device.

Tom Wotton, Founder of Total Drive, says: “Total Drive exists to help learner drivers with their driving progress and improve their road awareness whilst facilitating driving instructors with a digital software solution. We want to modernise the industry, and make life for a pupil, parent and driving instructor easier when learning such an amazing life skill.”

Chris Willocks, Corporate Partnership Manager at Brake added “Young drivers are at a much higher risk of crashing than older drivers and the combination of youth and inexperience can prove a fatal combination on the roads. It is important that if you are going to learn to drive, knowledge around road safety and why it is so important is embedded within the teaching process.”

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