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And what an extraordinary legacy he leaves behind! In 1983, he was working as a driving instructor when he was approached by a disabled client who wanted to learn to drive. At the time, there were very limited services for disabled people to learn to drive, and...
We are delighted to announce that following the government guidelines we can commence Assessments from the 12th of April. This will be dependant on any changes to the lifting of restrictions following the exit roadmap. Please be assured that when attending assessments...
Congratulations to James who passed his Driving Test in Sale in November following lessons with Approved Driving Instructor Dominic Hibbin from one of our northern centres. James passed using a Lodgsons Lollipop grip secondary control unit. James had previously had...
RDAC Manchester has been undertaking vocational assessments this week. We have developed links with North Lancashire Road Training Transport Ltd. They supply the vehicles and we can draw on the expertise and experience of our Driving Advisor John Allen, whose background is in PCV and LGV/HGV driver training and development.
The number of drivers over the age of 70 in the UK has exceeded 5 million for the very first time. When people reach 70 they are contacted by the DVLA to self certify themselves fit to drive, this happens every three years.
An Introduction to Special Assistance services at Birmingham Airport
Ahmed and Suzanne both learned to drive with qualified RDAC driving instructors
Here are some tips that’ll help you through the journey from start to finish.
The history of the self driving car began in 1917 and exactly 100 years later, it’s a reality. More and more companies are jumping on the bandwagon of autonomous cars.
RDAC’s very own Anita Bennett has begun her 40 Day Challenge to raise money for Birmingham’s Children Hospital.