New Suzuki Swift GLX for Fingers Crossed Driving School!

Dagenham, United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 06, 2009 -- Anyone taking driving lessons in Dagenham, Hornchurch, Romford or Ilford can treat themselves to the comfort and style of the new Suzuki Swift GLX courtesy of Fingers Crossed Driving School.

Learning to drive with Fingers Crossed Driving School means learning to drive in a top of the range super mini, with a 1.5 litre petrol engine and manual five speed gear box.

Kevin Everitt of the Dagenham based driving school ([]) took delivery of the car earlier this week. He says, “The Swift is an incredibly sophisticated and exceptionally comfortable car to drive. It has excellent road holding and smooth handling and, of course, the essential summer luxury: air conditioning.”

According to The Times, the Swift is a car that ‘enjoys being driven’. The sought-after tag that this car has attained is due to a strong demand and limited supply, resulting in the Swift boasting a certain exclusivity; it is definitely a car that isn’t seen in tedious abundance on the road like a Ford Fiesta.

Kevin Everitt has received extremely positive feedback from his driving school pupils who have all enjoyed learning to drive in the Swift. He says: “Other cars commonly used by driving schools can prove difficult to manoeuvre because quite often they are too long or too wide. The Swift, however, is perfectly compact and therefore ideal as a tuition car.”

Kevin summarises by saying that learning to drive in a Suzuki Swift means style, comfort ... and a touch of the elite. For more information and photos of the car visit [].

About Fingers Crossed Driving School

Kevin Everitt is a fully qualified green-badge DSA Approved Driving Instructor offering driving lessons in Dagenham, Hornchurch, Romford and Ilford. With a substantial 15 years experience in teaching people to drive, Kevin guarantees absolute quality driving tuition and a highly professional service to match. For more information visit []

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Press Release Submitted On: February 05, 2009 at 5:20 pm
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