The Theory Test

The theory test is a 2 part test that must be passed before you can apply for your driving test. The multiple choice and the hazard perception make up the 2 parts. You must pass both parts at the same time. When you pass your certificate lasts for 2 years. The cost of the theory…

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Top 10 reasons for failing your driving test

So what are the most common reasons for failing your driving test? Listed below are the top reasons why driving tests were failed in 2018/19. 1. JUNCTIONS (OBSERVATIONS) This is the number one reason for failing a driving test. It is basically not taking effective observations before emerging. 2. MIRRORS (CHANGING DIRECTION) Not checking your…

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Potholes An Ongoing Problem

Winter 2019/2020 is almost here, and many of us will be wondering what kind of winter we are going to get. Will it be mild, wet and windy or are we going to have another cold season with lots of snow and ice? If the latter, we can be sure it will play havoc with…

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gift-vouchers

Are You Struggling for Ideas for Christmas Presents for your Relatives/Friends? Want to Give Them Something that Will be Worthwhile and Have a Lasting Impact? Why Not Give Them a Gift Voucher for Driving Lessons This Christmas? Here at Bentley School of Motoring we have gift vouchers available that can be made up to any…

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Many people do not know the difference between a single and a dual carriageway. It is particularly important when driving on a national speed limit road. Single Carriageway A single carriageway road is a road where there is no separation between yourself and oncoming traffic. It could be one lane each way or more. Dual…

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driving instructor

What is an ADI driving instructor? ADI stands for Approved Driving Instructor. An ADI is somebody who has been tested and certified by the Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) to instruct learner drivers. Driving instructors are Graded either A or B with Grade A being the highest achievers.It is against UK law to charge…

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The MOT test changed on 20 May 2018, with new defect types, stricter rules for diesel car emissions, and some vehicles over 40 years old becoming exempt. The changes are meant for cars,motorbikes vans and other light passenger vehicles. There are 5 main changes to the rules: 1. Defects will be categorised into 3 types…

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In this blog we will look at the questions that you may be asked whilst in the test centre car park. You will be asked one of the following by the examiner and we have split them into 4 categories. Under The Bonnet Lights Tyres Other Questions Under The Bonnet First of all you will…

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