Wanting to take your driving test, or just passed? Congratulations! Naturally, you're now itching to get behind that wheel, anyone can understand that.
To help young drivers become experienced drivers, we've got a range of handy tools that get youngsters properly prepared and teach them all about driving safely, something we place great importance on.
- Prepare for your driving test
- The first few miles
- Your first car of your own
Preparing for your driving test
You've passed your driving theory test and are about to drive a car for the very first time. Great! Take driving lessons from someone you know (who has at least eight years of experience) or an instructor from an approved driving examination centre. If you'll be practising with your parents' car, make sure you have adequate insurance.
The first few miles
The big goal is of course to pass your practical driving test. While not exactly straightforward, it's certainly not beyond you either. And having a provisional licence gives you enough opportunity to practice.
Will you be driving your parents' car? Then discover what the insurance KBC Start2Drive can mean to you.
As soon as you've enough driving experience under your belt, the next step is to take your practical driving test. Be sure to apply in good time. Depending on where you live, it can sometimes take a while before a slot becomes available.
Specially for parents
If your son or daughter is learning to drive in your own car, or they've already passed and are running around in your car, make sure they're included under your KBC car insurance.
Your first car of your own
If you're about to buy your own car, you'll have quite a lot of decisions to make. Is it better to go for a second-hand or new car? What kinds of insurance should you take out? And how are you going to finance your car? Check out our tips and special solutions for young drivers.