New drug-driving rule covers some prescription medications A new offence of driving whilst under the influence of certain drugs, or drug-driving, comes into force today, 2nd March 2015 with an update to Rule 96 of the Highway Code.
Bit of a bumpy driving lesson for the launch of the new DVLA digital road tax disc database for every car, motorcycle, lorry and van on the UK roads!
It’s been a while, but it’s good to be back blogging again! Loads of people have been asking JSF Driving School HQ about changes that may or may not have happened, some rumour, some not, since they took driving lessons! We are back answering the most frequently asked questions, scratching that driving related itch, and spreading news that should be of interest to all drivers whether learner drivers or experienced!
We are lucky to be living in this beautiful county of Gloucestershire, from its untouched rural landscapes, rivers and forests, to the buzz of it towns and cities. However, if you really want to enjoy the delights of Gloucestershire, for work and play, then you need to be able to drive a car.
WHY? Driving can give you freedom, but in the UK for almost ten people every day it is a fatal activity, with hundreds more being injured! Unfortunately, newly qualified drivers make up more than their fair share of these accidents, and this is reflected in their insurance premiums!