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Dealing with roundabouts as a leaner driver

How to handle busy roundabouts Learning to drive can evoke a mixture of emotions. Excitement, eagerness, pride, apprehension, nervousness, even dread. Most of the time, getting behind the wheel during driving lessons actually makes us feel all of this at once. Talk about emotional overload! With practice, positive emotions will start to take over but [...]

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Hazard Perception Test Changes 2018

Learning to drive is an exciting part of your life and quite a transformation of your lifestyle once finished, enabling freedom and a sense of independence. So it goes without saying that you want to get that practical test done, tear up those L-plates, and swap that green provision licence for the pink full one [...]

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New Practical Driving Test changes you need to know!

  They say the key to many things in life is preparation.   Whether you’re studying for school or university exams, getting ready for a job interview or planning a route for your first ever road trip, preparation is crucial. It can increase your chance of success while simultaneously decreasing the desire to throw your [...]

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Reward and Recognition Scheme – BSM Instructor Andy Ogborne

We’re pleased to announce our first winner of the quarterly commendation award is BSM Partner Andy Ogborne. Andy has showed fantastic commitment and service levels over this quarter and is a thoroughly deserving winner. The overall feedback we received from  pupils ranged from how patient, understanding and how much of a good listener  he is.  [...]

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BSM Amnesty

BSM searches for motoring archive Appeal launched to uncover more about BSM’s history Photos available of recently discovered BSM memorabilia People asked to bring forward old branded items in donation amnesty The UK’s oldest driving school is launching an appeal to recover important pieces of motoring memorabilia. BSM, which was founded in 1910, has a [...]

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