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What is the fastest way to get my driving licence in UK……?
I really need to get my licence asap because i’m 22 now and i don’t want to wait forever before driving. I heard that some driving schools offer crash course/intensive lessons, will this be beneficial? I don’t like doing 2 hour lessons every week, it gets tedious and i remember things easier when i’m doing it continuously. What do you think guys?
Driving is a matter of ability & experience, intensive courses are available from around £300, google for them, a licence is £50, the theory test is £31 & the practical is £62, you may have to wait depending on how busy they are in your area, insurance for a small engine car from around £1500 for your age group, don’t be impatient, take your time , good luck
How much will it cost to have driving test, buy a licence and get insurance at 17 in the UK?
No awkward answers like it depends where you go and how good you are at driving etc, just imagine i choose a relatively well priced insurance company, pass the test on my first try, have free driving lessons etc. the insurance will be independant as well i must add so i won’t be joining an insurance plan on my parents cars or anything
Provisional licence- £50
Theory and hazard perception test- £31
Practical test- £62 (weekday), or £75 (weekend)
If you are being given driving lessons by a friend or family member, you need to be covered under their insurance policy. It might be necessary to add you as a named driver.
Should be able to get a basic hatchback in a low insurance group for <£1000
Insurance on your own car could be as little as £500, up to more than £2000 depending on your details.
Check confused.com, moneysupermarket.com, etc, for insurance quotes
Could someone help me with the following questions?
1. List organization’s that are associated with bike safety and bike usage?
2. Find out any legislation or government initiatives around using bikes as a means of transport rather than cars for greener issues?
3. Look for any initiatives around increasing bike lanes etc around UK cities to reduce pollution.
1. National Cycling Organisation
Hass-Klau et alia. Environmental & Transport Planning, UK/Germany 1991.
Traffic Safety Committee of Insurance Companies, Finland, 1995.
Moritz. Transportation Research Board, US, 1998.
Franklin. Milton Keynes Cycle Users Group, UK, 1998.
2. Tax-free bikes for the Government’s Cycle to Work initiative. Http://www.cyclescheme.co.uk/
To promote healthier journeys to work and to reduce environmental pollution, the 1999 Finance Act introduced an annual tax exemption, which allows employers to loan cycles and cyclists’ safety equipment to employees as a tax-free benefit. Http://www.dft.gov.uk/pgr/sustainable/cycling/cycletoworkguidance/
1000 Euro Cycling Incentive: http://worldwidecyclesblog.com/2008/10/22/1000-euro-cycling-incentive-explained/
3. They are trying to increase London’s bike lanes: http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard/article-23478654-drive-to-increase-londons-cycle-lanes-for-2012-games.do
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