2007 - 2021
14 YEARS OF LIFE SAVING PRESENTATIONS
Young Driver Merit Award:
In 2014 ROADwhyz launched the Young Driver Merit Award program. Students are nominated for the award. The program awards no less than two young drivers aged 16 or above and or in current year 11 or 12 studies an opportunity to take 5 driving lessons with a Certified Driving Instructor for FREE saving them a cost of approximately $350.00.
The sponsorship program is designed to allow other like minded community or business groups to play a role in keeping young drivers safe.
The sponsorship program provides a chance that some students might otherwise miss out on, an opportunity to have lessons from an instructor.
The lessons will be booked through a pre organised driving instructor approved by members of the ROADwhyz team. Once the driving instructor has been given notice of the successful applicant the booking process is between the young driver, their parents and or carers and the instructor. No further assistance will be required by the sponsee.
The term of the ‘Sponsorship’ will be for no shorter than 12 months and can be extended by the same sponsor for future years if they request
Objectives of the ROADwhyz program /Sponsorship Program:
What’s in it for you as the Sponsor?
Sponsorship Structure and Cost
There will be one level of sponsorship; this will be achieved by a one off payment for the 12 month period. This payment will be $1000.00 if the said group or organisation wishes to contribute more to ensure an extra student has this opportunity it will be fine to do so.
If the said group or business wishes this to be an ongoing sponsorship for more than 12 months then an amount agreed by all parties will be accepted to ensure this sponsorship continues in its current form for an agreed term eg: A business or community group may wish to sponsor 4 students over a 2 year period this would incur a contribution of $2000.00
Please use the 'Contact us' tab if you are interested in becoming a sponsor.
What does ROADwhyz want/ need from the sponsor?