Hello and welcome to Express School Of Motoring, an independent driving school providing high quality training in and around Bradford.
We are a fully qualified, DSA approved driving school with an above average pass rate, we offer high quality training tailored to each individual pupil so that you will be taught at a pace that best suits you.
It is not only new drivers that can benefit from training with us, we also provide Pass Plus, Motorway and Refresher courses for those who are already qualified but want to improve their skills, knowledge and confidence.
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Your road to driving
Getting your provisional licence
Before you can learn to drive you will need to obtain a provisional licence. You can apply for this from the Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA). The application form can be obtained from your local post office.
The theory & hazard perception test
The theory & hazard perception test must be passed before you can book or take your practical driving test. It is a multiple choice theory test followed by a series of video clips for the hazard perception element. We can advise on the learning materials required and our instructors will will be there to advise and provide support at every stage. To book the the theory & hazard perception test you will need to contact the driving standards agency (DSA) on 0300 200 1122 or online at www.dsa.gov.uk
The practical driving test
The practical driving test is also booked with the DSA. We will let you know when we feel you are ready for the test.
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Various UK road traffic signs. These can be useful as symbols in documents, since they are instantly recognized by much of the general public,
Most text and geometric shapes (eg triangles, squares, circles, etc) were produced from PostScript programs rendered using GhostScript. Any remaining graphics (eg road works, falling rocks) were scanned from pages 58 to 62 of the 1993 edition of The Highway Code (HMSO publication, ISBN 0-11-550962-3), and pasted in.
Each sign is given an mnemonic code of one, two or three characters, and is available in each of three different forms (normal, white border, transparent background) and two different sizes (35 and 100 pixels high).
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