Two of the longest serving presenters of popular BBC motoring show Top Gear have been confirmed as panel guests for the IAM/IAM RoadSmart 60th anniversary car party on 9 July. And they will be joined by one of the organisation’s youngest representatives on the panel, who is just 18.
IAM RoadSmart has taken the wraps off its latest video advising of the consequences of drivers getting distracted behind the wheel of a car. The light hearted video stars former McLaren Formula 1 test driver and current Aston Martin GT racer Darren Turner.
Over the weekend, 68 11-17 year olds in Scotland got behind the wheel of a car well before reaching legal driving age, thanks to an event sponsored by twice former British Touring Car Champion John Cleland and hosted by IAM RoadSmart (formerly the Institute of Advanced Motorists).
IAM RoadSmart (formerly the Institute of Advanced Motorists) is celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2016. Over the last 60 years more than 400,000 people have taken their skills to the next level and become advanced drivers or riders with the organisation.
We launched the new IAM RoadSmart brand to the media and the public on Wednesday 27th April. In this video from the day hear the IAM RoadSmart team explain what these changes mean to our customers and members and how we can now better support the needs of all road users.
IAM RoadSmart is the new name for the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) as of today. The change will unify the charity with its subsidiaries IAM Drive & Survive, Professional Driver Services and Driver Retraining Academy.
Former world Formula 1 champion Nigel Mansell and the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) teamed up with Britain’s biggest motoring magazine Auto Express to take one of its reporters back to school with a set of driving challenges.
Under 17s who can’t wait to get behind the wheel of a car can try their hand at skid control, manoeuvring, and braking and avoidance techniques at a driving event organised by the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) on 21 and 22 May in Berwickshire, Scottish Borders.
The Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) has won the attention of the Sunday Times for its social media work, which has placed the driving and riding charity’s Twitter channel as one of ten best motoring feeds to follow.
Driving charities the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM) and the Under 17 Car Club (U17CC) have combined efforts, allowing young drivers a unique pathway to safe and enjoyable driving before even passing their test.
Every motorcyclist in the UK is being offered the unique opportunity of a free 60 minute skills and safety riding assessment, courtesy of the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM), over the next four months.