Please see below for some of my latest news!
2017 was a great year in many ways. The biggest number of new starters, the greatest number of tests taken and a bumper crop of passes!
The lowest student attrition rate of any year so far and one of the best years to date for cancellations.
2017 couldn't have been such a great year...read more..
In August 2017, the Driving & Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) announced that learner drivers will be allowed to take motorway driving lessons with an approved driving instructor (ADI) in a car with dual controls from 2018.
The exact date in 2018 will be confirmed nearer the time by the...read more..
Primarily for the deaf but also for anyone that needs to contact the emergency services and for some reason cannot speak.
Please read the site, this is not for any other purpose than of which you would normally call 999.
This could save yours, or someone elses life!
(You need to...read more..
One of the changes in the driving test that is happening in December 2017 is the requirement to pull up on the right hand side of the road.
Now while this is a completely legal thing to do, there have been people who have criticised it quite heavily.
Below is a link to the DVSA's...read more..
The DVSA recently launched a campaign taking a zero-tolerance approach to abuse towards their staff.
One of the most common types of abuse their driving examiners face is from candidates taking their driving test.
In their latest blog post, one of their driving examiners anonymously...read more..
Learner drivers will be allowed to take motorway driving lessons with an approved driving instructor in a car with dual controls from 2018.
Any motorways lessons will be voluntary. It will be up to the driving instructor to decide when the learner driver is competent enough to have a...read more..
DVSA is taking a zero tolerance approach to physical and verbal assaults against its staff.
A new campaign warns the public that whether they've failed their driving test, or been given a fixed penalty at the roadside - don't take it out on our staff.
Some DVSA staff will also start...read more..
From 1 March 2017, the penalties for using a hand-held mobile phone while driving will increase to 6 points on your licence and a £200 fine.
THINK! has launched a new campaign encouraging drivers to put their phone in the glove compartment while driving to avoid temptation.
Over the Christmas Period we have added in some extra days and evenings for those wanting to make a start on their driver training.
We've had several calls asking to start in the next couple of weeks. So we've decided to open up a few weekends to the diary and a couple of evenings.
From January 2017 we will be offering free Pass Plus to all students aged between 17 and 25.
(A discount will be available to those aged 26+ or those that don't meet the criteria below should you wish to do the course)
So you'll be wondering whats the deal? Wheres the catch? What do I...read more..