Articles by: Richard Borges

Podcast
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Dipod show 148 – Horsing Around

Check out the latest episode from the leading free podcast for Driving Instructors
The Standards Check
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A guide to the Standards Check

We've teamed up with SmartDriving to bring you a new series of helpful videos to prepare you for your Standards Check
Government Investment
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Budget 2018: Environmental groups attack government’s £30bn road spending plan

Green campaigners have lined up to attack chancellor Philip Hammond for announcing a multi-billion-pound boost for building and upgrading roads
Technology & Innovation
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Upgrade your DashCam

Nextbase, has today launched an upgrade amnesty.  to help motorists benefit from the latest Dash Cam technology
Fund Raising
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Passing On Success

There is a need, but it’s not just children that can benefit
Other
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Intelligent Instructor joins forces with ADINJC to announce new conference and expo

Free to attend will be held at the Heart of England Showground on the 6th of October 2019
Road Safety
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Driving Nerves Study Calling for ADIs to Claim Their Heart-Rate Monitor to Take Part

A new study into driving-related nerves is being launched in the UK this month, and the company behind it – Youmi – is calling for ADIs to claim their own heart-rate monitor to get involved
Technology & Innovation
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Self-driving cars should save young over elderly, poll finds

The university's Moral Machine test involved asking millions of respondents across 233 countries what their ethical preferences were