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  DS3 Cabrio 1.6 Petrol Review I was lucky enough to be looking into changing my Mini Cooper D instruction vehicle around 3 years ago, just as the DS3 was being introduced! As soon as I drove it I knew it was the perfect car for instruction, and also as I was one of the […]

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  All tests will be conducted by Driving Standards Agency (DSA) examiners. The firm’s director of communications, David Sawday, told Sky News the store offered learner drivers a “non-threatening environment to meet your examiner and start your test”. “All the people in the country are within a 20 minute drive of a Halford’s store so […]

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Nov 2012

Saw the post below a few weeks ago in numerous newspapers  and it got me thinking?! Do we as motorists look closely enough for cyclists and runners etc., especially with the poor visibility with the bad weather and the dark nights rolling in? Do these road users have less rights on the roads than cars etc? The obvious answer is no, of course they don’t, they […]

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The main reason premiums for young drivers are so expensive is down to risk – statistics show that young drivers are far more likely to be involved in accidents than drivers over the age of 25, with insurance premiums calculated to reflect the stats. So, passed your test recently with Amber, or maybe another driving […]

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For a start, it stirs up the fondest of memories – screeching rockets bursting neon colour into the dark sky with a faint aroma of smouldering cinders; families cooing around a glowing fire; and small gloved hands swirling sparklers. Then there is the remembrance of Guy Fawkes and his failed gunpowder antics under the House […]

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MOTORISTS driving through East Preston are being urged to slow down to make the roads safer for schoolchildren.   After years of campaigning, Preston Parish Council has succeeding in persuading the Council to introduce a school safety zone outside the village’s infant and junior schools, to deter speeding drivers passing by the entrance. Claire New, […]

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As the Tour of Britain cycle race reaches its midway point, driving instructors are calling for a module on awareness of cyclists to become part of the UK driving test. Research found that 75 per cent of driving instructors believe that learner drivers should be taught to be more aware of cyclists. This follows the […]

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