Frequently Asked Questions
The following is a sample of BJM School of Motoring most FAQ’s relating to driving lessons in Bradford and all surrounding areas.
Zero Driver Fault Test Pass
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What can I say… I am absolutely speechless! Baz is the best instructor you are going to find! After having done previous lessons with someone else, I had to start all over again with baz and 6 months late today I passed! Baz is very understanding, explains everything thoroughly, makes you feel confident and positive while going at a pace that suits you, but moving you forward at the same time. He is patient, knowledgeable and very down to earth, I always felt at ease doing my lessons, learning every second whilst been able to have a chat. I won’t be able to thank him enough and words dont do any justice. Baz all the way people!! P. S. I passed with no minors!!!
Baz is probably the best instructor you’ll find out there. I came to him from a friend’s recommendation being told that he will work with you individually as a pupil to pass your test, which is all true. When beginning to learn I had little knowledge of how to drive, and had little confidence when doing so; however, Baz makes you feel comfortable in the car, relaxes you and that in turn leads to it being easier to learn. The lessons fly-by due to him being a down to earth person. In the run-up to the test, he will give you mock tests. After a lot of hard work with him, I passed my test first time with 0 driving faults, I would highly recommend anybody to use BJM.
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BJM School of Motoring is proud to provide driving related website links of various online resources like Driving Standards Agency and other websites to assist you with your DVSA theory and practical test. The Driving Standards Agency (DSA) and Vehicle and Operator Services Agency (VOSA) have merged to form the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).