Getting students behind the wheel

Date Posted: 10/12/2014

The Heritage Motor Centre in Warwickshire has launched a series of driving packages aimed at teaching children basic driving skills.

Drivezone is a purpose built off-road driver training facility featuring a track almost 1km long with a roundabout, junctions and other realistic road and driving features.

Driving sessions take place in new dual-controlled Fiesta cars from the official supplier Ford, all under the supervision of expert and qualified instructors.

Training packages are available for children as young as 11 and a minimum of 1.5m tall.

The HMC only has three cars at any one time, so can only accommodate smaller school groups of 20 or less children.

To discuss the possibility of a tailored visit in the Drivezone, teachers should contact the centre on:


School Travel Organiser's Guide