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Gift ideas for bad drivers

Microsoft IES Logo By Steve Mertl for of Microsoft IES | Slide 1 of 9

Driving lessons

Short of nominating someone for rehab on Canada's Worst Driver, refresher driving lessons can help correct bad driving habits. Whether it's learning to make safe lane changes, basic car control or performing emergency maneuvers, instilling proper technique builds confidence. Many driving schools that teach novices preparing to take their road tests also offer refreshers. For instance, Montreal-area Omega Driving School offers a six-hour course for $390. Check your local driving school.Related Autos links:Great gift ideas for less than $100Cool presents for car geeksFeeling generous? Ideas for those with deep pockets
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