The wheels in motion project, run by Salisbury and Playford Councils, lets L platers boost their hours behind the wheel, helping them on the road to employment.
The project relies on volunteer driving mentors to help learners between 16 and 25 years of age increase their hours on the road - at a subsided cost of $10 a session.
However, there are just three mentors currently involved in the program, and organisers are calling for more volunteers to get on board.
For more information about the project, or to get involved contact Silvana Cusack 8256 0155.
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