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CALM Drivers

CALM Drivers. Seems like a contradiction in terms, but it doesn’t have to be.

The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) exists to help blokes like you. We know life can get tough, and we know that driving all day on your own, battling with the clock, bikes, traffic wardens and all the rest of it, doesn’t make things easier. 

We’ve teamed up with the FTA and their Van Excellence programme to see what we can do to help.

We’ve got years of experience in helping men cope with the stresses of life, so if you want to find out more, or if you’re worried about yourself or one of your mates, check out the stuff below.

And sticker up your van so you don’t forget who we are, and so your mates might spot us and get involved as well.

Remember, if your finding things tough talking helps.

 

5 steps to help a mate

Want to help a mate that you’re worried about? Not sure what to look out for? You might sense he’s struggling, but what do you say? Follow these five steps to help your mates in all sorts of situations.

Keep the CALM engine running

This year, a race car emblazened with the CALM logo competed at Silverstone. We caught up with the man behind the wheel, Julian Wantling, to find out what keeps his motor ticking over…

Click here to read more

 

 

 

 

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