Hull driving test failure serves as warning for students

Students have been left increasingly frustrated by the lack of driving tests and, for those who pass, delays in receiving their driving licences. As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, all driving tests were postponed with only a few going ahead for essential workers, who need to […]

Significant delays to driving tests and licences

Students have been left increasingly frustrated by the lack of driving tests and, for those who pass, delays in receiving their driving licences. As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, all driving tests were postponed with only a few going ahead for essential workers, who need to […]

Driving Lessons Post Lockdown

As lockdown has begun to ease in England, driving lessons have been allowed to resume from 4th July. Though new restrictions have come into force through much of the UK, including local restrictions in Birmingham, Sandwell and Wolverhampton such as the “Rule of Six”, at the moment driving lessons can continue…

I was hit by an uninsured driver – what should I do?

Driving without third party liability insurance is a criminal offence. Yet in 2019, nearly 90,000 drivers were caught driving without insurance in the UK. This number must be the tip of the iceberg; the Motor Insurers’ Bureau estimates that there are over 1m uninsured drivers (4% of all drivers). What to […]

Taking your driving test post lock down

In the UK, around 1.6million practical driving tests are taken every year. However, during the coronavirus lockdown which started back on the 24th March, all practical driving tests were cancelled unless the person was an identified keyworker. Driving tests were allowed to resume on 4th July. As we all adjust to the post lockdown world….

Changes to the Driving Theory Test in April 2020

Are you preparing your students for the latest changes to the car theory test which will be coming into force in April 2020? Currently, students have to answer 50 questions in total in a total of 57 minutes, with 5 of them revolving around a “case-study”. However in the new tests […]

Rise of the driverless car: are your students prepared?

In the last decade, one of the big talking points in the car industry has been the rise of “driverless” cars with manufacturers including Volvo, Nissan, Mercedes and Renault all showing off concept cars and promising more and more autonomous vehicle features. Are your students prepared for a world where they […]

33 new drivers a day have their licence revoked

A freedom of information request has revealed that an average of 33 new drivers per day had their licence revoked during 2018, after exceeding six penalty points within two years of passing their driving test.