Your school/college can help prevent car crashes and keep your students safer in cars - both as drivers and passengers.

Drive iQ is a FREE, award-winning, online, e-learning platform that uses proven science and interactive technology to develop skills for hazard perception, danger anticipation, eye scanning, risk assessment and more.

Driving is statistically the most likely thing to cause a 16-24 year old harm.  Help us change attitudes and behaviour and ensure those in your care are really ready for life out on the road.

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BBC TV presenter Sophie Morgan, who was paralysed in a car crash following an A-Level results party, is making a plea for teachers to protect their students, by providing them with the award-winning, free software Drive iQ.

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 give them the chance to see it, it may safe a life or serious injury like mine."


Drive iQ at School/College

Online modules

8 online modules

Designed by experts and evaluated for Thames Valley Police as part of their Young Driver Scheme, Drive iQ is state of the art, award winning & easily accessed online.  Each module takes approximately 20 minutes to complete.

Access to the modules is FREE via the Roadio App, There are 30 modules available in total.  The 8 specifically chosen for in-class use are marked with a blue star.  However, all can be used as your students journey from the pre-learner to in-car novice stage and beyond to solo driving with a licence.

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6 of the modules can be run as interactive class sessions/assembly topics.

Setting the scene and using the software to lead the conversation in the right direction maximises learning and recall for this subject. A classroom led workshop takes approximately 1 hour.

In the evaluation of Drive iQ, out of 248 students, 87% rated the sessions as excellent and 13% good with feedback from the sessions saying it was the most useful PSHE activity that they had done during the year.
Director of Sixth Form Patrick Nugent said ‘All of the students stated that it would make them think more carefully about safety issues and that many accidents were not accidents at all but avoidable errors of judgment.

Broxbourne School, Hertfordshire

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Its simple – the more you do the safer they will be.

So if there is no time at school/college, please get your students started by asking them to download our potentially life-saving free resources:

Free learner software - Drive iQ
download the greenlight ebook

Please also send the above details/links home for parents/guardians to see.

Drive iQ parent guide

And please put up some posters!

download our Drive iQ poster


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