Racing driver Christie Doran trains Kilsyth Academy pupils in safer driving

GOOD EGG YOUNG DRIVER SAFETY CAMPAIGN WITH SCOTTISH SUN RACER CHRISTIE DORAN AT KILSYTH ACADEMY, GLASGOW. PIC SHOW THE YOUNG DRIVERS WITH CHRISTIE AND HER BMW COMPACT CUP RACE CAR. FOR FULL DETAILS CONTACT JAN JAMES 07980 851360/jan@dynamicadgroup.com

GOOD EGG YOUNG DRIVER SAFETY CAMPAIGN WITH SCOTTISH SUN RACER CHRISTIE DORAN AT KILSYTH ACADEMY, GLASGOW. PIC SHOW THE YOUNG DRIVERS WITH CHRISTIE AND HER BMW COMPACT CUP RACE CAR. FOR FULL DETAILS CONTACT JAN JAMES 07980 851360/jan@dynamicadgroup.com

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Kilsyth Academy pupils have become test pilots for a new scheme designed to save the lives of young drivers.

Helped by young Scottish racing driver Christie Doran, they took part in “smart” training under the Good Egg driving scheme – making them among the first pupils in Scotland to get involved.

North Lanarkshire is the first council in Scotland to adopt the special one hour schools programme, which aims to deal with the fact that a shocking one in five of new drivers aged 17 to 24 are involved in a collision within six months of passing their test.

 

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