National Driving School Launches Free-To-Play ‘Parkathon’ App

National Driving School Launches Free-To-Play ‘Parkathon’ App

  • Bill Plant Driving School have launched ‘Parkathon’ – a fun and free app where users’ driving and parking abilities are put to the test
  • There are 10 levels in total, each getting steadily harder and with more obstacles added
  • 3 stars are to be obtained per level, but any crashing or poor parking will drop the users overall score down

National Driving School of the Year, Bill Plant Driving School, have created a fun new app for Britons to play on their mobile phones and handheld devices. ‘Parkathon’ can be downloaded from the Apple App Store, is completely free and contains no in-app purchases.

It’s perfect for those who are bored during lockdown, for those missing their driving lessons as well as for those who want to get a competition going with others in their household and social bubble.

There are currently a total of 10 levels to complete, with more to come over the coming months if the driving school find that the app is proving popular. Users must watch out for the pesky cones and various other obstacles that will cause them to crash or they may have to repeat levels in order to get the maximum 3 stars per level.

To download the app, please visit or search “Parkathon” in the Apple App Store. An Android version to be released later this month and will be available on the Google Play Store.

Peter Brabin, Head of Training at Bill Plant Driving School, said:
“We’re excited to finally be able to unveil Parkathon. It’s been in the works for a little while now and we thought it would be a fun for those unable to carry out their driving lessons as it enables them to get behind the wheel to practise their parking skills – albeit digitally.”