Articles by: Richard Borges

Industry
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The latest letter to all ADIs from the CEO, Loveday Ryder

An update on safety procedures & how the DVSA are planning to clear the backlog
Other

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Spreading the sweetness

  We don’t need to tell anyone how challenging the past year has been for so many people and particularly…

Health
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Restarting driving lessons and tests in Wales

Here’s the statement from the DVSA… Following the Welsh First Minister’s review on 12 March, we have worked with the…

Awards
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UK’s best driving instructor revealed!

Congratulations to all nominated and especially to our winners & highly commended entries
Podcast
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Dipod 177

The government looking to the year 2030 as the final year that petrol and diesel cars can be sold new
Health
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DVSA Update for Scotland

The Scottish Government announced on 19 December that mainland Scotland will be moving into level 4 restrictions from 00:01 on 26 December for a period of 3 weeks.
Cars
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One in eight British drivers can’t identify their vehicle’s fuel warning light

The electronic throttle control light confused motorists the most, with four fifths (82%) unable to recognise it
Cars
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Average UK car costs £192 a month to run

New research has revealed that the average UK car costs £192 a month (£2,300 a year) to run, with fuel accounting for nearly half of the total expenditure.
Business
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Intelligent Instructor wins publisher of the year at GoRoadie awards

In what has been a tumultuous year for the instructor industry we are proud to receive this award for all the hard efforts of our team.