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Free Driving Lesson with SKY Magazine
looks like a new offer to bag a free driving lesson. They're going to arrange the first free driving lesson for tens of thousands of people of all ages and you are invited to participate in this exciting promotion.

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Banned

please explain more, I didn't see any promotion in my sky mag or is this the next one?

Original Poster

[COLOR=red]clicked on provisional license and this is the info[/COLOR]

WELCOME TO THE HOMEPAGE OF THE UK'S BIGGEST-EVER DRIVING PROMOTION BROUGHT TO YOU BY skymag

skymag is the most widely-read magazine in the UK and we have teamed-up with fully qualified Approved Driving Instructors throughout the UK to offer you a FREE one-hour, no obligation driving lesson. It's completely FREE, with "no strings attached" and is a great way of meeting up with a local instructor.

What's more, if you want to continue training with your instructor after the FREE lesson, you can get up to 15 per cent discount off future lessons when making a block booking.

We're doing this as part of our campaign to encourage professional instruction with fully qualified driving instructors in order to get your driving career off to the best possible start and minimise your chances of an accident in the first two years of driving - which is when you're most at risk.

Learning with parents or friends has its limits and let's face it, if you had toothache, wanted legal advice for any reason of felt like taking-up mountaineering, you may talk first with friends/family, but you'd go to a professional dentist, lawyer or mountaineer - so why not use the professionals for driving? We're going to arrange the first FREE driving lesson for tens of thousands of people of all ages and you are invited to participate in this exciting promotion.

So please take a look around this website and make sure you look carefully at the: "Am I eligible?" and "What happens next?" pages to make sure you can take part in this offer and know exactly what's involved.

skymag and our partners for this campaign to encourage professional driving instruction wish you the best of luck in your driving career. With the proper instruction, you'll soon lose those L plates - but not until your instructor tells you you're ready for the practical test. Tempting as it is to rush through your training ASAP, make the most of the advice from the professionals and go for the test when your instructor says you're ready. It'll work out much better.

Banned

good for me, i don't have the driving license.....cheers!
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