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miDrive has tried to speed up the learning process to get learner drivers on the road quicker, safer and for less

Named as one of the 2015 EverLine Future 50 companies
• miDrive disrupts learner driver industry through digital innovation
• miDrive app gets learner drivers on the road quicker, safer and for less

5th March 2015, London, UK miDrive, the UK’s most downloaded app for learner drivers and instructors, was named as one of the most exciting and disruptive startups in The EverLine Future 50 Competition 2015, in association with Real Business.

The announcement was made at The EverLine Future 50 awards ceremony last night, hosted at LSO St Luke’s, Old Street, at the centre of London’s startup hub. The awards were presented in front of journalists, entrepreneurs, investors and other members of London’s digital startup community.

Scott Taylor, CEO, miDrive comments, “The driving lesson industry had remained static for a long time and miDrive has tried to speed up the learning process to get learner drivers on the road quicker, safer and for less. Being recognised as an up-and-coming UK startup by Real Business and the EverLine Future 50 judges shows how far miDrive has come in the past two years.”

Launched in 2011, The Everline Future 50 competition is a search for the most ambitious, the most disruptive and most thrilling startups in the UK. The UK-wide initiative identifies and supports companies that will become ‘powerhouses’ of tomorrow, providing them with valuable publicity and the chance to join the Real Business community.

For the past three years the Everline Future 50 Awards have been recognising UK companies that are challenging the status quo and disrupting the traditional thinking in their fields, highlighting the industry innovations and positioning the companies for further growth.

The announcement comes alongside the launch of the company’s new app, Theory Test by miDrive. It is the first theory test app to offer the complete set of official theory test questions for free. The new app, which is available for free on both the iOS and Android app stores, puts fun and interaction into revising for your driving theory test by introducing a social and gaming element to revision. miDrivers can test their knowledge by going head-to-head with their friends and other learner drivers.


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About miDrive
Launched in late 2013, miDrive’s mission is to revolutionise the process of learning to drive with technology. Completely free, the miDrive apps for Android and iOS have helped thousands of learner drivers to improve their driving skills, find qualified driving instructors and pass their driving tests more quickly, while also saving as much as £300 on their lesson expenses. In addition to a robust instructor search tool, miDrive gives learner drivers access to an extensive library of helpful articles and videos, and allows them to easily track their drives in a similar manner to fitness tracking apps.

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