Please see below for some of my latest news!
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..
As of January 2017 there will be a new pricing structure in place for all students.
(Please note, this is not a current price list, please get in touch for current prices)
The new structure will be as follows:
1st hour = £FREE (No change)
1 hour = £xx (£1 increase to the current...read more..
Before many of you think it, I'm not referring to my waist line because I sit in the car all day, thank you!
As of January, I will be expanding my services to offer more coverage into new areas, allowing more lessons to be booked in and a greater number of driver training...read more..
A notice to all current and future students.
An addition has been entered into the Terms & Conditions (T&C's) regarding the use of prepaid credit.
This is usually done in a block booking format whereby the student will pay for a block of 10 hours up front.
Originally there was no...read more..
The current waiting time is the Middle of February to start learning with myself.
If you or someone you know is looking at booking in with me, please book well in advance otherwise I won't be able to get you in.
Please get in touch now if you have any intention of starting in...read more..
DVSA is encouraging motorists to avoid MOT fails by carrying out simple vehicle checks.
The latest MOT testing data for Great Britain shows that around 40% of cars fail their MOT at the first attempt.
Common MOT fails
You can avoid common MOT fails by checking:
The new year has brought with it the busiest start EVER.
I'm going to start with an apology to all those that wanted to start sooner but I wasn't able to get you in the diary.
Some have said they are happy to wait and they have been booked in for February and now March too. Others...read more..
Just a reminder to all those training with me, and to those looking at starting soon.
I will be finishing half day on Xmas Eve and returning to training on Monday 4th January 2016.
Currently taking new starters in Mid-to-End of January.
If you are planning on getting lessons for...read more..