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Irish safety bid

DRIVER training company IAM Fleet is taking part in a campaign that hopes to cut the number of young driver road deaths in Northern Ireland.

The Roadwise initiative is aimed at reducing the road casualty rate for 16 to 24 year olds, which is twice the rate of other road users in Northern Ireland. The scheme, administered by Adelaide Insurance Services, offers young drivers eight hours' in-car advanced driver training from the IAM, up to 35% discount on car insurance premiums and a car purchase discount scheme.

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