Sophie’s Campaign

Sophie Morgan

BBC TV presenter Sophie Morgan was paralysed from the chest down in a horrific car crash following an A-Level results party - she was sober, seat belted and only 18 at the time.

Ten years on Sophie is dedicated to making sure this doesn’t happen to anyone else and is working as Drive iQ’s ambassador to help young people get access to our software programme and protect themselves out on the road.

Sophie says...
“I know if I had been given something like Drive iQ, I wouldn’t be in a wheelchair today.  This is all the stuff they don’t tell you when you learn to drive - but its actually the stuff you really need to know in order to avoid crashes, improve observations and cope with distractions. Please, please tell every young person you know about Drive iQ.  Completing it may save a life or a serious injury like mine.”

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Last year Sophie filmed a documentary for the BBC - Licence to Kill which won a top TV Award for Best Current Affairs Programme read more

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Drive iQ BLOG

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Summer campaign

I could not have been more excited. It was the day I was collecting my A-Level results and I knew I was starting the next part of my life. I had been away traveling for a few months since I had left school early that summer and had experienced my first real taste of freedom and independence and was craving more.

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What is Drive iQ?

State of the art, award winning online software. A virtual experience of driving in all conditions that helps you to:

•  Prepare better for your lessons
•  Build on what you're being taught by your driving instructor
•  Develop skills to pass theory, hazard perception and practical tests
•  Become a better and safer driver after you’ve passed

Drive iQ covers 30 core topics including:

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