FirstCar launches new e-letter and website
The publisher of FirstCar magazine and the annual Young Drivers Guide has launched a new e-letter and website to keep people abreast with the latest news and information for young drivers.
Both the e-letter and website are similar in concept and content to FirstCar magazine.
The fortnightly e-letter provides advice on driving, cars, safety, insurance and other issues relevant to young drivers, as well as competitions. The first issue includes features on insurance, driving advice (safer and more economical driving) and your ‘fantasy first car’.
James Evans, publisher of FirstCar magazine, said: “It’s thanks to the support of the road safety teams buying and using the Young Driver’s Guide that this website exists.
“We are inviting road safety officers and teams to submit material suitable for young drivers, which we will then cover on our new website and social media channels which include Facebook, twitter, Pinterest and Instagram.”
RSOs should submit material by email to Richard Dredge.
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