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Lightfoot gives good drivers the chance to earn £5 a week during 2018

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Five lucky drivers across the UK will get the chance to earn £5 every week during 2018 with Lightfoot.

All Lightfoot drivers achieving a driving score of 85% and above (meaning they have reached Elite Driver status) are eligible to win the prize.

Five winners will be chosen at random, who will then go on to receive £5 in their Lightfoot account for every week that they are an Elite Driver during 2018. These drivers will then be able to withdraw their earnings on a quarterly basis.

The competition will run in January, with the winners announced in the weekly driver newsletter towards the end of the month.

Mark Roberts, managing director of Lightfoot, said: “Lightfoot is all about rewarding better driving.

“Last year, we launched the Fleet Driver of the Year and the Fleet Driver of the Week awards, seeing dozens of drivers win exciting prizes like race kart training with Nigel Mansell, dinner for two at The Shard and a year’s supply of pies.

“Now we’re introducing a significant cash reward for five of our Elite Drivers, giving them each the chance to win up to £260 during 2018 if they maintain a safer and smoother driving style. There will be lots more like this from Lightfoot throughout 2018 and beyond.”

Dan Regan, head of engagement at Lightfoot, added: “This special competition is our way of thanking all Lightfoot drivers for making 2017 a great year for the brand and helping achieve our mission of ensuring better driving is recognised and rewarded.

“We’ve got some great plans in 2018 to reward drivers in new, exciting and innovative ways, and we’re looking forward to announcing them as they go live.”

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