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Latest legislation regarding "Drug Driving" Will it affect you?

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Drug drive legislation: am I fit to drive? - Press releases - GOV.UK

New campaign to remind people taking medicines to check with their doctor or pharmacist before getting behind the wheel.


Tag: Top Tip Tuesday   Government Information

31st March 2015

Another easy one for today's Theory Thursday!

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26th March 2015

Do you know what all those fancy buttons and switches do in the car? Here's a guide by IAM of some features your future car may have

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Don't be clueless over those mystery symbols | Institute of Advanced Motorists | The Institute...

The Institute of Advanced Motorists - The UK's leading road safety charity, dedicated to increasing skills for road users, raising driving and riding standards and helping to save lives on our roads.


Tag: Top Tip Tuesday

24th March 2015

Near on Perfect first time Bay-Park earlier today. Happy days!!

Tag: School News

20th March 2015

What does flashing headlights actually mean?

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19th March 2015

Fun Tip Tuesday today. Check out these Insane driving laws from around the world!


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17th March 2015

A massive Well Done to Liam who passed his driving test at Rochdale test center earlier this week.

Liam's motivation to pass his test was so he could drive at work, and his hard work and dedication has earned him that right!

Want to gain your independence just like Liam? Take the first steps to driving freedom by contacting me here:

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13th March 2015

Easy Theory Thursday today!

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12th March 2015

Our Top Tip Tuesday regards speed, and why sometimes, it's "30 for a reason"

The difference of a few miles per hour can mean the difference between life and death. The faster someone is driving, the less time they have to stop if something unexpected happens.

If you kill someone while speeding, you will have to live with the long-term emotional consequences.

Speed limits are there for a reason.

The facts

  • Speed is one of the main factors in fatal road accidents
  • In 2013, 3,064 people were killed or seriously injured in crashes where speed was a factor
  • The risk of death is approximately four times higher when a pedestrian is hit at 40mph than at 30mph
  • Fatal accidents are four times as likely on rural A roads as urban A roads


Tag: Top Tip Tuesday   Government Information

10th Match 2015

What dangers could be in our "Blind spot"? Theory Thursday below!

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6th March 2015

Interesting rules often overlooked by road users, take a read below!

Waiting and parking (238 to 252 - GOV.UK

3. Parking at night (248 to 252) 248 You MUST NOT park on a road at night facing against the direction of the traffic flow unless in a recognised parking space. Laws CUR reg 101 and RVLR reg 24 249 All vehicles MUST display parking lights when parked on a road or a lay-by on a road with a speed limit...


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3rd March 2015

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