State of the art, award winning, online software.
A virtual experience of driving in all conditions.
Preparation for in-car lessons that helps with:
6 FREE e-learning modules
1 in 5 drivers crash within the first 12 months of passing their test. So start stacking the odds in your favour & join the more than 30,000 people already using Drive iQ
Drive iQ was featured in the Daily Mail's Femail section, click here to download the article.
Sophie Morgan joins Drive iQ as its official Ambassador.
Academic year 2011/12. A huge thank you to the 300 schools who have signed up and used the Drive iQ programme
Stamp of approval - PSHE Association awards Drive iQ its quality mark of assurance
Gary Lineker advises fellow parents with teens of driving age to use Drive iQ and read the parent guide.
Drive iQ was featured in the Daily Telegraph's Motoring section, click here to download the article.
As a father with sons making their way out on to the road, I want to be sure they’re as prepared as they can be. Drive iQ is a great starting point and I would also encourage all parents to read the Parent Guide to get an understanding of what is involved in the process and how to support your kids as they learn
Superb idea. As I have two children who will one day learn to drive this will play a vital part in their driving journey.
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Having watched the students engrossed in the Drive iQ software, and after asking them for feedback, I am convinced that this new campaign will indeed raise awareness and highlight road safety issues common amongst our young and inexperienced pre and new drivers. The students found it both challenging and fun. Even those who had recently passed their tests were impressed by the amount of new knowledge they had gained
Gill Starkie, Road Safety Officer
There is little evidence that passing the driving test means novice drivers are safe. Indeed, they are more at risk of crash involvement post test than at any other time in their driving careers. Drive iQ’s enhanced focus on hazard awareness improves the ability to judge traffic situations and considers the attitudinal and behavioural factors associated with risk.
Dr Lisa Dorn. Reader on Driver Behaviour, Cranfield University
Getting young newly qualified drivers to understand that their actions behind the wheel can have far-reaching implications is still our greatest challenge. Drive iQ is an excellent resource that can help to foster this understanding.
Adrian Walsh, Director, Roadsafe
Everyday doctors in Emergency Departments throughout the UK care for the victims of road traffic accidents, often young adults with horrendous injuries which may threaten life or cause life long disability. Many of these injuries could be avoided by better education regarding the risks associated with driving, particularly at high speed. We are therefore pleased to support this campaign to reduce the terrible toll of wrecked young lives and improve road safety in all age groups.
Dr John Heyworth. Immediate Past-President College of Emergency Medicine
Thank you for delivering such a wonderful tutorial to my group I have to say I was delighted with this session. What impressed me so much was their reactions to what you were telling them. I wish I could keep them focussed like that! It would be brilliant if we could book you every year!!
Brooklands College, Middlesex
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