Nobody wants to hear those fateful words “I’m sorry to tell you but on this occasion you have not been successful.” Here at JSF Driving School we figured that during lessons we are usually so busy being positive that we rarely talk directly about how you actually fail your driving test – the top ten reasons why learners do fail!
We have had a few learner drivers ask if they can take their practical driving test in their own car, particularly from those having to take the test in the UK after driving on an International licence, or those going for an extended test. The answer is yes you can, provided the vehicle meets the minimum standards that make it fit for test purposes.
Do you want to learn to drive this year? Now is the time to be booking lessons and getting things sorted if you want to fit it all in without a panic! That applies particularly if you are a complete novice starting from scratch. If you are looking to learn to drive then the first
Rumours always circulate about driving test changes, but this time they are true - the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) is changing the driving test from October 2010! It is the driving tests’ 75th birthday this year, and to celebrate it is being altered to examine ‘a more realistic drive’. The “assessment of competence to drive
Rumours often circulate about driving test changes, but this time the Driving Standards Agency (DSA) is changing the driving test from October 2010. These major changes coincide with the 75th birthday of the driving test, altering the test so that a more realistic drive is demonstrated by the pupil. This “assessment of competence to drive