Britain’s Oldest Driving Instructor Turns 95

Great-grandmother Laura Thomas is Britain's oldest driver instructor at the age of 95 and claims to have taught "every motorist" in her home town

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Britain’s oldest driving instructor has just passed her 95th birthday. Laura Thomas started driving she in 1938 after her brother purchased her a vehicle for Christmas. And she is not planning to quit anytime soon. The Great-grandmother declares to have actually taught “every vehicle driver” in her home town.

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Reasons Why You Keep Failing Your Driving Test

driving testSome learners can not comprehend why they fail their test. It’s usually a result of learner driver error although in certain scenarios it may be something such as the driving examiner being a touch harsh throughout a scenario, in which a another examiner might pass. Let us see if we are able to help address any problems for those who have neglected several times to finish the driving test and take a look in the reasons that are most popular. Continue reading

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Bromley; A Brief History

Bromley parish

Bromleag was the original name for what is now known as Bromley, Bromley was recorded being a town around 862 AD. Bromlaeg was an old english term meaning a woodland clearance. The first recorded landowners of Bromley were the Bishops of Rochester. It was owned by the bishop until Coles Child brought the parish in 1845. Bromley was a once a sleepy little village until the railway passed throughout in 1858. This went about creating growth which brought about the Bromley that is known today. At one time, Bromley’s parts were made up of distinctive parishes, originally being that regarding Bromley St Peter and St Paul, until in 1965 it took over as the London Borough of Bromley, as it’s today. Continue reading

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