Skyscanner.net says 36 per cent of drivers questioned don’t research foreign driving laws before going abroad, while 27 per cent admitted being afraid of driving on the opposite side of the road.
Sadly, it seems like more of a PR stunt to promote the site’s car hire app than serious school, but wannabe international drivers aged 25-60-years-old can apply to take part in the free training on July 12.
The website’s Mary Porter said: “With two-thirds of the world’s countries driving on the right-hand side of the road we wanted to give British holidaymakers the confidence they need to drive overseas. Rules and regulations vary from country to country. There is so much to discover off the beaten track so we hope people make the most of it without the fear of driving abroad.”
Apply for a free space on the left hand driving school by emailing email@example.com.