Thursday, 26 August 2010

Independent driving and dyslexia

How does Independent driving affects students with dyslexia? See article on DSA site

Friday, 20 August 2010

Brother and sister jailed for conspiracy over theory tests

Brother and sister jailed for conspiracy over theory tests
  • Couple in ‘family business’
  • Shopping list of tests covered
  • Four candidates also in court
A brother and sister who ran their own ‘family business’ of arranging theory tests for candidates received prison sentences when they appeared at Ipswich Crown Court yesterday.
Vishal Aggarwal, aged 35, from West Drayton, London was sentenced to 30 months in prison and his sister Vanita Aggarwal, aged 33, also from West Drayton, received nine months imprisonment.
They appeared in the dock with four candidates who had paid them to arrange and take their theory tests for them.
Jatinder Kaur Randhawa, 44, from Ilford, Priya Patel, 29, from Wembley, and Shazia Syed, 30, from Slough were each given 120 hours community service and Sita Rani Dhadwal, 31, from Birmingham, received an 18-month supervision order.
All the defendants faced charges of conspiracy to defraud and the Aggarwals each faced another charge of possessing an identity document with intent to commit fraud.
Read the full press release on the DSA website

Tuesday, 17 August 2010

Wheel clamping to be ban

Wheel clamping on private land is to be banned in England and Wales. The ban, which will be introduced in the new Freedom Bill in November, will impose tough penalties on anyone who clamps a vehicle or tows it away on private land.
Wheel clamping on private land
Once the ban comes into force it will be illegal to clamp, tow away or in any way immobilise a vehicle on private land.
Anyone who clamps, immobilises or tows away a vehicle on private land without the specific legal authority to do so will face criminal charges or civil penalties.
However, the ban will only apply to private land. It will not affect local authorities’ and the police’s right to clamp vehicles.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) will continue to clamp or tow away vehicles if the vehicle tax has not been paid.
The Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA) will also continue to clamp or tow away un-roadworthy vehicles to stop them being used on the road.
At the moment, if someone wants to work clamping vehicles, they must hold a frontline licence from the Security Industry Authority (SIA). This will stop once the ban comes into force.
There are currently 2,150 people who are licensed by the SIA to clamp vehicles.

Saturday, 17 July 2010

Corina Passed her driving test in Goodmayes

 Corina from Canning Town E16 passed her driving test in Goodmayes on her first attempt with only 4 minnor mistkes.
Well done Corina for learning to drive with Noel driving school.
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Thursday, 10 June 2010

Friday, 4 June 2010

Independent Driving - October

Independent driving will become part of the practical driving test in Great Britain in October 2010.

It's tasking the candidate to drive for about 10 minutes, either following a series of directions, following traffic signs, or a combination of both.

Watch the first clip on YouTube click here >>>>>>

Wednesday, 2 June 2010

Amar Antony

Well done Amar passing your driving test in Barking. You were a very good student and a learner. I hope now you will keep your reward, just rem" the speed camera. To see Amar picture please click >>>

Saturday, 29 May 2010

DVLA scam today's means of collecting SO CALLED legal tax's

The DVLA holds the details of 43 million drivers in Britain. It taxes them and issues licences. See how DVLA has been flashed out by the watchdog ... click here to see some of the latest scam by dvla

Thursday, 29 April 2010

Zhouyouliang ( Youliang ) Testimonial 04-2010

Dear Noel:

Passed, Thank you so much for your training, you are the best instructor i'd ever met.
i was very much impressed by your art of training, i was benefited greatly from it.

I was with many other instructors before i finally met you, here are your differences:

Extremely knowledgeable and skilled( in driving and teaching)
Very discipline, (strict, follow the rules at any time, never take any chance).
Always arrived earlier before lesson start, and 1 hour driving really means 1 hour driving and learning.
Correct every mistake i made straight way.( i had so many bad habits learned from many other driving instructors, had many lesson with them, i still had no idea what to do, or where is my problem, how to correct them, you found all my weakness from the very first lesson, and correct them straight and repeatedly reminding me until i finally correct that bad habit).
After every lesson, i found myself improved a lot, learned a lot, i was always looking forward to next lesson. that was brilliant feeling. ever lesson, i correct many mistakes, and learned new skills.
I always worry about being panic when car stalled or hit the kerb during the test, but your tips really made me relaxed and confident.
My test was in Barking, today the testing route was very familiar to me, because you took me to all these testing routes before my test, this gave me even more confidence during my test.

There are much more, but i just couldn't wait to recommend you to other learners.

Thank you again for your training! now i 'm really busy looking for a new car, I will practice all the skills i learned from you,remember all tips you told me, be a safe driver at all the times.


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Leanne Fuller Testimonial 2010

I had two previous driving instructors before Noel so it’s easy for me to see the great amount of difference there can be in an instructor, and that is exactly what Noel is, a driving instructor. He will teach you not only how to drive, but how to drive safely, and how to pass your test. Every lesson with Noel is an assessment.

Noel’s style of teaching is, in my opinion, the most successful. If you are making an error he explains what you are doing, how you can stop doing it, and will point it out to you until it is as glaringly obvious to you as it is to him. Noel is not strict and unapproachable, he has just the right balance of easy going and being forceful when he needs to be. The difference between the two is what helped me to pass, Noel being easy going helped me relax and learn as well as ask all the little questions I thought might be stupid. Noel being forceful with me is what helped me eradicate the major problems with my driving style and become not only a driver that was capable of passing a driving test, but a driver whose lessons will stay with them and lead to them being a much safer driver in the future. I cannot recommend him highly enough. Thank you Noel!

Thursday, 22 April 2010

What makes a good Driving Instructor?

Good instructor must have personal skills, abilities, knowledge, understanding, compassion, love for the art of teaching, good eye to spot problems and lots of patience!!!!!! get more info at Good Driving Instructor

Thursday, 15 April 2010

BSM flips

BSM car flips

BSM flip by the SUN report

BSM novice student doing the flip

BSM driving school car lies on the roof after just her second driving lesson. The new Fiat 500 performed a high speed U-turn into a garden gate - shooting up the gatepost and rolling over. see Wednesday 14/04/2010 -
What a joke, what was the instructor doing at that time.. you guess is as good as mine
So you pay top market rate and get done or in hospital ha ....
This is why its better to learn from a independent driving school

This is not the fist one off if you need proof email me

Wednesday, 14 April 2010

Killer Driver 'blind'

Remember to check your eye sight!
A pensioner who killed a pedestrian while driving an eye disease that left him !virtually blind" was jailed yesterday. The Sun Tuesday April 13-2010 the

Tuesday, 6 April 2010

Speed Camers

Hi everyone, if are thinking of driving on the M62 motor way then think twice. A temporary speed camera placed on the M62 motorway in West Yorkshire, England, accrued more then £1 million in fines over an 18 months period. I wonder how many accident the £1 million pound speed camera prevented!!!!!!!. Speed cameras have made good citizens into criminals. If you want to learn the art of driving without getting flashed then call me to book some advances driving lessons @

Saturday, 3 April 2010

Dear Friends,
I would like to wish you all a wonderful Easter, I hope it is full of Happiness
and memorable times with your loved ones.

At Easter many of us reflect on Jesus rising from the tomb, a new Chick hatching
from it's egg, the baa of newborn lambs or daffodils bursting through the soiI.

These images represent the blessing of new life ahead, a life of hope and optimism
and the fullfillment of your long awaited dreams and goals.

For me Easter is about the fun and relaxation of a 4 day weekend as well as a time
of appreciation.

So thank you, thank you for all of your support.

I sincerely hope you enjoy this long and blessed Easter Weekend!

Thursday, 4 March 2010

Blowing your nose behind a wheel

Dad Michael Mancini 39 who refused to pay a fine or blowing his nose at the wheel, has been old he will face no further action in Prestwick, Ayrshire.
I think his officers need to work in Brixton London and they mite just be blow...... out. Check out the site

Cleaning teeth at 70mph

Driver fined
A women was caught flossing her teeth as she drove at 70mph on a motorway.
The 36-year old was spotted by traffic cops using the dental floss while looking in her rear view mirror.
She was fined £60 and lectured about careless driving after she was nabbed on the M4 near Newport, South Wales.
Police warned that many drivers put lives at risk of vanity. Sun 27-Feb-2010 page 31.

I think she needs to help out just one day in the AE-hospital on a Fiday night. How stupid one can become behind wheel.

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