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I was incredibly impressed with the teaching I received from Damien and I would happily recommend the company to any teenager wanting to learn to drive. I had Ray the examiner at Chertsey and I thought the driving went so quick, and much better than my mock test.. Continue reading
Just passed my test at Reading Im so happy! I got 7 minors & had to do a left reverse for my manoeuvre. The Independent driving section went fine & I was so relieved when I was told the end result. My Blue instructor, David, was really helpful & supportive in getting me prepared for the test. I’ll recommend him to all my friends. Continue reading
Jennifer F from Sandhurst, Berkshire passed her driving test First Time “Thanks to Terry at Blue I passed my driving test and did in Farnborough and didn’t get too nervous Helen the examiner was cool I highly recommend Blue as a driving school” Continue reading
Jonathan W from Cheapside, Ascot, Berkshire passed his driving test First Time “Thanks to Terry at Blue I passed my driving test and did my independent drive really well, I highly recommend Blue” Continue reading
Britain’s driving test centres are to be closed and examiners are to be located in variety of private firms, such as supermarkets, said Driving Standards Agency. Continue reading
Blue School of Motoring has been teaching students to learn to drive in Old Windsor for several years. Continue reading
Dual carriageways. When crossing or turning right, first assess whether the central reservation is deep enough to protect the full length of your vehicle. Continue reading
Learning to drive in Langley will help prepare you, the learner driver for all sorts of road conditions, as the high street can be very busy, especially on race days. There are several pedestrian crossings to deal with, as well as an equine crossing. Continue reading