When will driving lessons start again?

Our instructors at Britannia Driving School recommend , to pass their driving test, the average learner requires 40 to 50 hours of teaching on the road. But with the recent changes to the UK’s lockdown guidelines, when can lessons start again? No date has been given for when drivings lessons might be able to resume. […]

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Councils to get power to fine drivers £130 for minor offences under government plans to give cyclists and pedestrians priority after coronavirus pandemic

Ministers have indicated that they are prepared to hand controversial powers to councils to enforce civil penalties for minor driving offences Enforcing the rules is currently the job of the police but they rarely take formal action over so-called moving traffic violations This could bring the whole of England into line with London where local […]

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Britannia’s office is reopening on the 8th June!

As of 9am Monday 8th June 2020 our office will be fully back to operating as pre lockdown, with the exception as of below. We are taking bookings for the week commencing Monday 22nd June. At Britannia Driving School please be rest assured our instructors and pupils health and well being is paramount. Thinking as […]

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Almost 750,000 drivers had motors MOT’d in April despite lockdown and six-month test exemption during pandemic, DVSA reveals

The Department for Transport announced on 25 March that all cars, vans and motorcycles which usually would require an MOT will be exempted from needing a test for six months from 30 March onwards. Drivers were told they would be held responsible for ensuring their vehicles remained roadworthy during the test extension, else face fines […]

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