Please see below for some of my latest news!
The government announced plans today to crack down on those who drive while under the influence of drugs.
Legislation unveiled in the Queen’s Speech will create a specific drug driving offence. Currently police have to demonstrate that driving had been impaired by drugs in order to...
I would like to advise you that you may be contacted by RED Driving School advising that I am no longer going to be an Instructor.
They will explain this in a way that implies that I'm no longer training in any capacity and NOT that I'm simply leaving the School.
Most of you are...read more..
Im taking annual leave (I know, its surprised everyone im having time off for a change!) from the afternoon on the 2nd to Sunday the 10th.
I'll be back in work on the Monday as usual. So basically taking 1 week off.
If you have any concerns or questions, please get in...read more..
Just a reminder to most and a heads up for others. As of the 26th of this month, i will be using my new car, A brand new Mazda 2 Sport.
Its still a diesel and everything is roughly in the same place. The lights are easier to get to and in the usual place other cars have it...read more..
Due to the upward spiralling costs of fuel, coupled with the highest insurance premiums ever recorded, it has become necessary to increase the cost of my block booking discounts by 50p per hour.
Although modest and unlikely to affect anyone, it does mean that all my students...read more..
Ballot on industrial action by Unite fuel tanker drivers
Following a ballot by the union Unite, fuel tanker drivers have voted to undertake strike action.
The government has condemned this potentially disruptive action and urged both sides to negotiate a settlement to avoid...read more..
More driving test candidates to benefit from better local services
Driving test candidates across the country are set to benefit from a more convenient service as the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) extends a trial exploring a new approach to test delivery.
As well as using...read more..
A £1.2 million THINK! campaign urging drivers to see the person behind the motorcycle helmet was launched today by Road Safety Minister Mike Penning.
The TV adverts will show bikers with flashing neon signs attached to their bikes. The signs show the rider’s name and information...read more..
Take a look at early tests of computer-generated hazard perception clips
The Driving Standards Agency (DSA) wants you to have a look at samples of new hazard perception clips that have been computer generated.
Peter Weddell-Hall, DSA’s head of e-assessment, says:
“The clips are...read more..
Motorists are set for improvements in customer service from garages under a package of transparency and value-for-money measures unveiled today by Transport Secretary Justine Greening.
An evaluation of existing MOT test standards and frequency took account of the views and evidence...read more..