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RED Driving School to switch instructor cars to Mini

RED Driving School is to switch the majority of its instruction cars to the Mini Cooper D 5-door Hatch.

The driving school, which has in excess of 1200 instructors, will be adding around 350 brand new Mini's onto its fleet before Christmas thanks to a deal with BMW Group UK.

RED Driving School students will now be learning and passing their tests in the MINI Cooper D 5-door Hatch, with 95g/km emissions and very low fuel consumption.

The Mini Coopers will initially come in Midnight Black and White Silver, with cars in Blazing Red to be introduced later. 

The school’s new fleet will all come with the comprehensive Chili Pack which includes LED headlights and fog lights, rain sensor and automatic headlight activation and sports seats for the driver and front passenger. Crucially for driving instructors, the Chili pack includes dual-zone air conditioning and three different driving modes including the fuel efficient Green mode.

At present the fleet is made up of Vauxhall and Renault models.



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