Driving lesson

Ten-year-olds can get their first driving lesson in the new Vauxhall Corsa

Britain’s largest provider of pre-17 driving lessons has welcomed a brand new fleet of all new Vauxhall Corsa SE Premiums, which it will use to teach the next generation of drivers.

One hundred and seventy of the all-new Corsas were fitted with dual controls and distributed to the Young Driver team across the country.

Young Driver has delivered over three-quarters of a million driving lessons to young people aged 10-17 over the past 10 years, with 70 locations across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

The program uses fully qualified driving instructors to teach young people in private locations, creating realistic road systems including traffic lights, roundabouts and intersections. Drivers learn all about shifting, clutch control, braking, steering and parking in a fun, stress-free environment, helping to extend the learning period and create safer future drivers .


The all-new fifth-generation Corsa is now in showrooms at Vauxhall and is available in petrol, diesel or fully electric. The sleek new model features all the latest infotainment and connectivity systems, including multimedia systems with touchscreens up to 10 inches, all compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. Offering advances in safety, comfort and convenience, the new Corsa comes standard with a host of advanced driver assistance systems, such as lane departure warning with lane assist, forward collision and driver drowsiness system to assist the driver and reduce the risk of an accident. .

Sue Waterfield, Marketing Manager at Young Driver, said: “We are delighted to have our fantastic new fleet of Vauxhall Corsas. The students and instructors really wanted to get behind the wheel of this brand new vehicle!

“The Corsa is the perfect car to learn to drive and has always been very popular with driving schools and those buying their first car”

Peter Hope, Marketing Director of Vauxhall

“It’s a perfect car for a new driver, with a high level of safety standard and easy to handle – and it looks great. Our students take learning to drive very seriously, but it’s also a lot of fun. to have the opportunity to do something they wouldn’t normally be able to do.”


Peter Hope, Vauxhall Marketing Director, said: “Vauxhall is delighted that Young Driver has chosen a fleet of 170 all-new Corsas. The Corsa is the ideal car to learn to drive and has always been very popular with driving schools and those buying their first car.

“The sleek new model is the most efficient Corsa ever, featuring all the latest infotainment and connectivity technology.”

For more information visit www.youngdriver.com or call 0333 577 9010.