Driving Test at Wanstead, London
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27 November, 2020

Students sitting their driving test in their east London suburbs are more likely to fail than their counterparts in other parts of London, according to an analysis of official test data. Wanstead, in north-east London, was identified as one of the toughest places to test after analysing data from the Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency […]

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Learning to Drive at Farnborough
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25 November, 2020

If you want to learn to drive in Farnborough, then DTC as always, will make the whole learning experience as enjoyable and exciting as possible and help you learn as quickly and as pleasantly as possible. We come to your home or work college in Farnborough for free and make sure it’s always fun, exciting […]

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The History Of Driving In High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
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23 November, 2020

The Great Ouse River originates just outside Northamptonshire and flows east through Buckingham, Milton Keynes and Olney. West Wycombe is a small village on the A40 in High Wycomb, and the main branch of the Grand Union Canal runs through the village, as does the disused south-east rail line. Buses leave from the city centre […]

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New Tier 4 lockdown in Scotland
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20 November, 2020

Over several areas in Scotland are going into tier 4 lockdown from 6 pm on Friday 20th November, this means that driving lessons and driving tests will be suspended until the 11th of December and you can take driving lessons and driving tests legally on the 12th of December and onwards according to the DVSA.  […]

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The History Of Driving In Loughton, North East London
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Loughton is well connected by road and a daily all-inclusive map is available, giving you access to all major roads in the area as well as a number of smaller roads. It is a great place for a day trip, with excellent roads and connections to Visit London and the London Underground, and daily all-inclusive […]

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The History Of Driving In Wood Green, London
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18 November, 2020

Recently, London Transport announced the long-awaited redevelopment of the Lane area in north London, which came into force on Saturday 7 September 2020. The new flat-rate routes bear the numbers WI, W6 and W in the Wood Green area and connects to Wood Green Turnpike Lane. Cycle Enfield will also work on a new roundabout […]

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The History Of Driving In Yeading, West London
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16 November, 2020

The transport links around Yeading are fantastic, and it is very easy to commute to other areas from here, with the Circle, Piccadilly and District lines all serving the area, as well as a number of other bus and tube stations. Chiswick also has Central, Circle and Hammersmith lines, which connect to Notting Hill, making […]

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The History Of Driving In Erith, South East London
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13 November, 2020

With George Osborne announcing plans to build a new high-speed rail link between London and the South East of England, there is a sense that the disgrace of the deep, dark South East is about to disappear. In the historic county of Kent, Biggin Hill became part of South London at the end of the […]

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The History Of Driving In Hendon, North London
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11 November, 2020

As North London has some brilliant places to live north of the river, there’s plenty to see if you decide to buy a house in North London. The average house price in North London is now more than double the UK average, showing that the area has a dynamic property market that is perfect for […]

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The History Of Driving In Sevenoaks, Kent
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9 November, 2020

Depending on where you start your journey from London, it can take between one and two hours to travel between London and Maidstone in Kent. If you are travelling to other parts of Kent, the village is just a few miles from the town of Ashford, a popular tourist destination. Although Ashfords has plenty of […]

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