This week we’ve seen confusion over Theory Tests, as tests in England are cancelled for one day then two days then four days, whilst Wales and Scotland cancel theory tests until the end of June.

We’ve also released more of our Virtual Driving Lesson series with a back-to-basics lesson on the pedals.

There is also a proposed change in the law in how minor offences will be dealt with, and a bogus driving instructor who continued to teach after failing his final exam three times.

Bogus driving instructor made thousands of pounds from learners

Bogus driving instructor made thousands of pounds from learners

Leeds Crown Court heard the 40-year-old had passed the first two parts of his instructor exams, but failed the third and final part.

Ensure your driving instructor displays one of the following badges in their front window:

Drivers could face £130 fines for minor driving offences

Drivers could face £130 fines for minor driving offences

The government is considering new plans which could see drivers facing automatic fines of £130 for minor motoring offences. The plans could give more power to local councils to help improve roads for cyclists and pedestrians, with the money raise

Top 10 tips for greener driving

Top 10 tips for greener driving

New research recently revealed that nine out of 10 UK motorists don’t know how to drive their car in the most environmentally friendly way.

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