Gift Ideas for New Drivers

Passing your driving test and getting your driving licence is a major achievement no matter what age you are. Recently, our Gift Guru H passed his driving test with 5 minors in his first attempt and has homage to his recent success we’ve selected a range of reasonably priced gift ideas for newly qualified drivers. A simple well done card is an inexpensive gesture; but if you want to give something fun or practical check out our selection.

AA Emergency Travel Kit

AA Emergency Travel Kit

£25.00 from Tesco.com
Animal Key Ring Torches

Animal Key Ring Torches

£3.99 from Findmeagift.com
Archie McPhee Toast Air Freshener

Archie McPhee Toast Air Freshener

£1.99 from Findmeagift.com
Bacon Air Freshener

Bacon Air Freshener

£2.49 from Findmeagift.com
Bottle Cap - Bottle Opener Keyring

Bottle Cap - Bottle Opener Keyring

£19.75 from Home and Garden Gifts
Coin Stash Keyring

Coin Stash Keyring

£5.20 from Prezzybox
Diamante Keyring

Diamante Keyring

£17.99 from Home and Garden Gifts
Glovebox Kit

Glovebox Kit

£9.95 from Prezzybox
I am the Stig T Shirts - Black

I am the Stig T Shirts - Black

£12.99 from Findmeagift.com
Key Finder

Key Finder

£6.95 from Prezzybox
LED Torch Keyring - Microlite

LED Torch Keyring - Microlite

£5.99 from Findmeagift.com
LEGO Darth Vader Keylight

LEGO Darth Vader Keylight

£6.99 from Tesco.com
Morph Keyring

Morph Keyring

£2.69 from Findmeagift.com
Novelty Car Keyring

Novelty Car Keyring

£4.99 from Home and Garden Gifts
Personalised Monkey Keyring

Personalised Monkey Keyring

£4.99 from Findmeagift.com
Pink Blossom Photo Keyring

Pink Blossom Photo Keyring

£19.99 from Home and Garden Gifts
Sat Nag

Sat Nag

£5.95 from Gadgets.co.uk
Skid Control Experience

Skid Control Experience

£129.00 from Findmeagift.com
 
 

Top Gifts for New Drivers

  1. Novelty Keyrings – a keyring to hold the key of their wheels. Personalised keyrings or a keyring with mini gadgets will have an impact.
  2. Sat Navs – handy for getting from A to B without getting lost.
  3. Emergency Road Kits – essential kit with all you need if you encounter any unexpected event on the road.
  4. Insurance – this can be expensive especially for new drivers. To give them a helping hand why not pay for 1 year insurance.
  5. A car if you have a few spare pennies.