Driving Lesson Vouchers: the Perfect Christmas Gift

By Red Driving School, PRNE
Tuesday, December 6, 2011

LONDON, December 7, 2011 -

Christmas shopping can be a nightmare! Braving the crowds in search of Christmas gifts is frustrating and stressful, especially if you struggle to find the perfect present for someone special. To counter this Christmas shopping conundrum RED Driving School has introduced new driving lesson gift vouchers; available to buy online for instant gift gratification.

Learning to drive is a rite of passage for many young people; the ability to drive is also a requirement for many employment opportunities. As 21% of 18-24 year old Brits are currently unemployed[1], gift vouchers to start driving lessons can aid that important first step onto the career ladder.

Dominic Cohen of RED Driving School comments, “For parents, grandparents and friends who are struggling to find the perfect Christmas gift, driving lesson vouchers are an ideal solution to support young people learning to drive. The vouchers are perfect as an initial introduction to driving lessons for 17 and 18 year olds, or can be used to ‘top-up’ lessons for learning drivers.”

Vouchers can be purchased for any value and include flexible lesson package deals with RED driving instructors across the country. Prices start at just ¬£18 for two lessons and are available to purchase online from RED Driving School. Cohen continues, “For last minute shoppers driving lesson vouchers are ideal, they can be purchased online and sent immediately via email (up until the 23rd December). The vouchers are also available to redeem online; so location, instructor, time and place can all be arranged easily by the recipient.”

For more information please visit RED Driving School

1. www.guardian.co.uk/society/2011/nov/24/neets-number-climbs-record-high

For further information, please contact Leapfrogg, Emma Jane Faulkner emmajane.faulkner at leapfrogg.co.uk, +44(0)1273-322-837; Lucy Freeborn lucy.freeborn at leapfrogg.co.uk, +44(0)1273-322-849

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