Getting your driver’s license and sitting behind the wheel for the first time is one of the most exciting moments in a person’s life. Speed, freedom, and driving stunts may be way too tempting for new drivers but safety should always be everyone’s priority on the roads. This is why Mazda initiated the #Happy18 campaign in May to spread awareness and ethics to all future drivers in Lebanon with the aim of teaching them the proper driving etiquette. In addition to lifting a weight off parent’s shoulders by handling the process of obtaining a driver’s license from A to Z.
So we had a chat with Mazda’s brand manager and this is everything you need to know about the #Happy18 campaign.
The time and research consumed in finding a proper driving school and organizing the lessons in addition to the monetary fees involved may set some people off and cause them to postpone the process, so Mazda partnered up with a certified driving school and set the course standards together. The trainers speak English, Arabic, and French. Other than the driving course, Mazda will take care of the License procedure and the exam scheduling.
On top of the hassle free process, Mazda are offering newly turning 18 years old clients the following:
FREE Car Driving Course which handles the below (15 Sessions)
Offensive Driving Techniques
Defensive Driving Techniques
License official trial Preparation
FREE Driving license
5 Years warranty unlimited mileage (Available on all Mazda Models)
0.99% rate over 5 years (Available on all Mazda Models)
So if you just turned 18, this year is your lucky year. All you have to do is show up at Mazda’s showroom with your ID and walk out with a FREE driver’s license, a proper driving routine and potentially a new car! Don’t forget to share with us your experience!
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