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‘Show Me, Tell Me’: The Essential Guide to Vehicle Safety Checks for Drivers

“Show Me, Tell Me” questions are not only essential for passing the driving test but for being a responsible and safe driver.

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Practical Driving Tests Update

There have been many changes to the way in which you learn how to drive in the UK from booking practical tests to wearing face coverings.

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Theory & Practical Driving Tests to Resume – But What Can You Expect?

Last week the UK Government announced that driver training and theory tests will restart on Saturday 4 July 2020 in England, with practical driving tests restarting from Wednesday 22 July 2020.

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Changes Are Coming to Our Theory Tests

The DVSA have just announced some new essential changes to car theory tests with the aim to make these more accessible for every learner.

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Videos of the New ‘Show Me, Tell Me’ Driving Test Questions

There will be changes to the “Show me, tell me” part of the UK driving test. The questions, and how you’ll be asked them will change.

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Hesitation… It’s Not What I Need

Popping up to Lakeside – our local out of town shopping centre, my husband couldn’t help but comment a couple of times on my lane changes.

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Its Not All About the Cost!

It’s not all about the cost. As well as thinking about your pocket, think about the process you’ll go through when making a claim.

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Get Ready For Changes to UK Driving Test in Dec 2017

Speak to an experienced and knowledgeable member of staff at A Pass 4 U 03458 121007 (Calls charged at local rate) to find out more.

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The Triumphs and Traumas of Being a New Driver

Being a Mother and watching your own child, take lessons, pass their test and drive their own car is a right of passage.

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Don’t Lose Your Licence. #Just Drive

Penalties for using your mobile phone at the wheel in the UK increased on March 1st 2017 to six points and a £200 fine.

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