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FREE DRIVING LESSON WITH THE AA driving school WORTH OVER pounds 20.

WE'RE offering you a free one-hour learner driving lesson worth over pounds 20 with AA driving school, the UK's leading motoring organisation.

You'll learn to drive in a manual Ford Focus, fully-equipped with dual controls. AA is the only national driving school that uses only fully-qualified driving instructors so there is no better place to learn.

With the AA you won't just be taught to pass your driving test, you will learn driving skills that will stay with you for life. An AA driving school instructor will collect you from home, college or work and provide a full hour of tuition to make sure you get maximum benefit.

HOW TO CLAIM

Fill in the form below and send it to Daily Mirror Free Driving Lesson Promotion, 15th Floor, Castlemead, Lower Castle Street, Bristol BS1 3AG, by July 14, 2007. AA driving school will then get in touch with you to book your free lesson.

Please write clearly as we cannot accept responsibility for illegible or spoilt entries. Be sure to include a contact phone number as all arrangements will be made by phone.

KEY POINTS

You must have a UK provisional driving licence that it is valid on the date of tuition.

Applicants will be contacted no later than Saturday, July 28, 2007.

This offer is not available to overseas provisional driving licence holders.

By supplying your personal details you are giving consent to the AA to contact you by pos t, phone, email or SMS (text) for the purpose of fulfilling the free lesson offer.

Offer subject to instructor availability and geographical coverage.
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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jun 30, 2007
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