1 in 5 Drivers crash within the first 12 months of passing their test
A virtual experience of driving, for you and your friends!
Improve skills such as anticipating danger, hazard detection, risk management and eye scanning. Understand key dangers such as distraction and peer pressure and learn how to build coping strategies to stay safe.
The harsh reality is that one in five new drivers has a crash within 12 months of passing their test.
That’s why the Police and Crime Commissioner Jason Ablewhite has made raising standards on the roads a priority and why he is a big supporter of Drive iQ, as he explains in this short film.
Driver error/behaviour related factors are the biggest cause of collisions involving young drivers from Cambridgeshire and Peterborough
Car driver casualties in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough peak for younger drivers
Car passenger casualties clearly peaks for those aged between 16 and 25.
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Luke, age 17
“Cambs Drive iQ really opened my eyes to the potential dangers out on the road. Luckily I got to make those initial mistakes on my laptop rather than behind the wheel!”
Serena, age 18
“I now totally get how to deal with passengers when I am the designated driver. Getting people safely from A to B is so much more than just good technical driving skills.“
Justin, age 17
“I have learnt so much from Cambs Drive iQ. Seeing roads I recognise from Cambridgeshire on the software was really awesome.“