Young drivers given safety lesson in Scotland

Tue, 08 Jul 2008
Police in Scotland will deliver a road safety message to young car and van drivers in the area at a go-kart track later this month, it has been reported.

According to the Aberdeen Press & Journal, Grampian Police will be targeting 17 to 25-year-olds as part of the programme, which will take place at Grampian Karting Club near Banf.

If motorists heed the message, it may be that they improve their driving and save on their car insurance policies in the future.

Constable Julie Bremner from Grampian Police's road safety unit remarked that she is "delighted" with the club's support on the matter.

She said: "We would not be currently able to offer these training days if we did not have the support from the local community and businesses."

This comes as Year 6 pupils at Naseby Primary School were this week praised for their road safety work as part of a scheme organised by the Northamptonshire Casualty Reduction Partnership.

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