Youngsters who want to get their first experience behind the wheel will be given the opportunity of a lifetime at The British Motor Show in August.
The Big Learner Relay, which is a group of driving instructors who give up their time for free in the interests of driver education and road safety, will be offering first driving lessons to youths aged between 10 and 17 at the show.
Budding drivers will get the opportunity to get behind the wheel of a real car for the first time.
In their session, the young drivers will be under the full supervision of a qualified instructor in a car fitted with dual controls. The lessons will take place around the airfield at Farnborough, with a meet point outside the event halls.
The vehicles used by the Big Learner Relay are being supplied by dealer group Arnold Clark, who normally rent the vehicles out on a daily basis to parents who want to teach their youngsters to drive.
A total of 800 slots will be available during the show between the Thursday and the Sunday with proceeds from the initiative being donated to charities, including BBC Children in Need.
A 20-minute lesson costs £21.25, with proceeds from the event going directly to the charities.
You must purchase your entry tickets for The British Motor Show separately, The experience will only be offered to people who hold a show entry ticket – but accompanied children below the age of 18 get free show entry.