HRH Prince Michael of Kent GCVO will deliver the welcome address at the Young Driver Focus 2015 event in London on 15 April.
Young Driver Focus 2015* is being held at the RAC Club in central London, courtesy of the RAC Foundation. The event is being organised by Road Safety GB and FirstCar.
Prince Michael is President of The Royal Automobile Club and also devotes considerable energy to promoting road safety in Britain and around the world.
His Royal Highness established his International Road Safety Awards in 1987. He is Patron of The Commission for Global Road Safety, established as an independent commission by the FIA Foundation in 2006 with a remit to examine the framework for, and level of, international cooperation on road safety, and to make policy recommendations. He has a keen interest in the education of young drivers and is Patron of First Gear.
Prince Michael represented Great Britain as a bobsleigh driver for many years and was a reserve for the 1972 Olympics. As a vintage car enthusiast, he was part of the team in 1992 that broke the 1,000-mile record for cars over 5,000cc in a 1929 Bentley Special. A competitive rally driver, he is also a qualified pilot of both fixed wing aircraft and helicopters.
Young Driver Focus 2015*
Young Driver Focus 2015 is being held at the RAC Club in central London, courtesy of the RAC Foundation, on 15 April. The event is being organised by Road Safety GB and FirstCar.
The venue can accommodate a maximum of 150 attendees and with more than 110 already registered to attend it is expected to be fully subscribed in the coming weeks – click here to register to attend. The delegate fee is just £75 for Road Safety GB & Academy members and £125 for other attendees (both plus VAT).
Details of the agenda, speakers and presentations are available on the event website. For more information about delegate registration contact Sally Bartrum on 01379 650112. There are also opportunities for a limited number of organisations to exhibit alongside the conference and/or sponsor the event. For details contact Richard Storrs on 07702 564422.