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Driving Test Standards

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Want to become a bus driver? Then this is the course for you. 

We offer 2 types of courses:

4 day (AM/PM course) - this is for people who have experience with larger vehicles. 3 training sessions returning on the 4th day for more training and test.

5 day (AM/PM course) - this is for people who have little to no experience with larger vehicles, or are coming straight from a car licence. 4 training sessions, returning on the 5th day for more training and test. 

The test will take place in Boston.

THE COURSE

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All our courses have 1 aim, to get you a PASS in the exam. All of our instructors are knowledgeable and experienced. They will teach you all you need to know in order to pass the test. 

The training will be tailored around 3 aspects:

a reverse park

a safe and controlled drive

safe handling of a vehicle for the public. 

You will need to have a medical, apply for a provisional licence and pass the theory test. We can help you with this. Give us a call and we will send you out the forms to get started. You can download information on medicals and theory tests from our course page here on the website.

WHAT HAPPENS IN THE TEST?

You will be asked up to 5 show me tell me questions relating to safety. Afterwards you will be asked to reverse park the vehilce. This must be done safely and controlled. After this you will have a driver of approx 50 minutes. During this drive you will need to safely stop and operate the doors as if you were picking up and dropping of passengers.

WHAT HAPPENS DURING THE TEST?

On your drive you will need to following instructions given by your examiner. There are a variety of test routes around the Boston area, each displaying a range of different road types and traffic flow. If you make a mistake, don’t worry about it, it might be a less serious driving fault than you think and may not affect your result. The examiner will be looking for an overall safe and comfortable standard of driving. At the end of the test the examiner will tell you the result of your test

WEATHER CONDITIONS

The Driving Standards Agency (DSA) do not conduct tests in bad light or in adverse weather conditions for the safety of the candidate and the examiner. They will arrange another appointment at no further cost, but compensation for the use of the vehicle is not payable.

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