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Why Should I Become A Driving Instructor? – About Manchester

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Are you looking for the chance to learn new skills or gain more experience? Or have you recently been made redundant and looking to start a different career? And do you know how to drive? Then you should think about becoming a driving instructor. 

Becoming a driving instructor comes with many benefits, from independence and flexibility in your role, to earning a significant income. There is also a huge demand for driving instructors at the moment, so if you’re looking for a career change or new opportunity, here’s why you should consider becoming a driving instructor.  read more


Molly-Mae Hague’s driving lesson disasters and how she almost rolled into a parked car – Herts Live

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Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague has told her fans all about her disastrous driving stories.

Molly-Mae, 21, who is from Hitchin, Hertfordshire, revealed some rather embarrassing tales on her latest YouTube video.

She was learning to drive in Manchester before meeting boyfriend Tommy Fury and moving to Cheshire.

Here she took lessons and even a test, however it didn’t go as she would have liked.

“It was without a doubt the most traumatic experience of my whole life” she said.

“I rolled down a hill backwards and nearly crashed into a brand new Range Rover. read more


Calls for driving lessons to be classed as essential in lockdown – Swindon Advertiser

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Magnus Painter, who runs his own driving school in Swindon, believes driving should be classed as essential education – which reopens on March 8 – but admits social distancing will guide he can start teaching again.

He said: “We’re still in lockdown so I’m unable to work and will be until the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency inform us otherwise.

“As far as I’m aware we’re classified as the same as non-essential so we probably won’t be back until the middle of April. read more


Calls for driving lessons should be classed as essential in lockdown – Swindon Advertiser

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Magnus Painter, who runs his own driving school, believes driving should be classed as essential education, which reopens on March 8, but admits social distancing will guide when they can restart.

He said: “I’m going by the government guidelines with whatever they advise really. 

“We’re still in lockdown so I’m unable to work and will be until the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency inform us otherwise.

“As far as I’m aware we’re classified as the same as non-essential so we probably won’t be back until the middle of April. read more


YOUR reaction on the potential lockdown easing plan – Bracknell News

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ALSO READ: Six things Boris Johnson could say when he outlines ‘road map’ to end lockdown

Stephen Burns, CEO of the Hollywood Bowl Group, which has a site in Bracknell, said: “We are urging the government to reopen ten-pin bowling as early as possible.

“We have shown that we can operate safely in our spacious centres, which are well suited to single household groups and have invested heavily in our Covid-secure measures.

“Indoor leisure was one of the last sectors to reopen and has suffered extensive loss of income as a result. read more


Learning to drive during lockdown – latest Government rules you need to know – Birmingham Live

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The third national lockdown has meant many daily activities have had to change or stop completely – but what about driving lessons and driving tests?

What if you were in the middle of learning to drive when the lockdown was imposed, or were about to take your test?

What exactly is possible with the current set of restrictions? With all the emphasis on essential trips and staying local, can learners still go out on the roads?

This is the Government advice on these issues.

What are the latest rules on learning to drive and taking your test?
What are the latest rules on learning to drive and taking your test?
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Learning to drive

All driving lessons with professional instructors have been cancelled in England, Scotland and Wales. read more