Topics including personal awareness, self-protection and car maintenance will be covered on the April 10 course. Joanna Chapman, group marketing manager at Charvills said: 'Our Safety At The Wheel evening is free to anyone who wishes to steer clear of trouble or be able to deal with their own, personal road rage. The course is a realistic approach to combating road danger because it takes place over one evening, is fun, and tackles a whole range of possible situations.'
Statistics from the AA show that out of 526 motorists surveyed, 16% had suffered some form of verbal abuse while driving. As part of the course, delegates will learn how to deal with verbal road rage alongside practical work covering car maintenance.