The third year of the Big Learner Relay will see the Tunbridge Wells leg of the national charity event held on November 17, from 8am.
Driving instructors and their pupils get together for special lessons which cover the length and breadth of Britain.
The 3,000-mile marathon, which takes 15 days, raises money for Children in Need. Last year’s efforts generated more than £100,000.
The Big Learner Relay Pudsey Top Box will be carried from one driving school car to another, with Lou Walsh travelling the entire distance in the lead car.
Jonathan Turner, of Turner’s School of Motoring, will be driving the lead car out of Tunbridge Wells this year.
He will start from Homebase at Tunbridge Wells West Station, off Broadwater Lane, and hand over the Top Box at Lingfield Park Racecourse an hour later, at 9am.
He is calling on local residents to keep an eye out for spotty cars.
If you wish to make a donation, all you need to do is sign a spot on the vehicle.
For more information, or to donate online, visit www.biglearnerrelay.co.uk or contact Jonathan Turner on 07931 303528.