Britain’s worst learners to compete for Perodua Myvi

Some of Britain’s worst drivers are set to compete to win a brand new Peroudua Myvi in the new series of Britain’s Worst Learners.

The Virgin 1 television programme follows the fortunes of 18 drivers as a family member or partner tries to help them through passing their driving test without losing their patience and killing them first.

And they will have extra incentive to succeed now that Britain’s best value supermini is on offer if they pass a mock driving test conducted by a professional driving instructor in London.

The Myvi is equipped with modern features such as air conditioning, a fully integrated radio/CD player, four electric windows, central locking and electric mirrors.

There are also standard safety features including dual airbags, together with power steering and a tilt-adjustable steering column and enough space to carry five people comfortably.

If the television learner drivers don’t pass the mock test they can always buy a Myvi for just £6,799.

Written by James Christie


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