Driving Instructors Aberdeen

    Driving Instructors Aberdeen – Top 10 Tips on finding the right one!

    Hi, my name is Adrian and I am one of the driving instructors Aberdeen! In this short article I am going to give you a few tips on finding the right driving instructors in Aberdeen.

    1. Qualification – This – seems like an obvious step. But you certainly want to ensure your driving instructor is fully qualified. The easy way to check this is by going to the this website! Choosing a fully qualified instructor, gives you the basic reassurance, that they have passed the required checks and that they have passed the required tests. The easy way to recognize a full instructors licence – is by looking for a green adi badge on their windscreen. If the badge is pink/red, they simply are a trainee. Some driving schools – use trainees, who simply learn as they teach. At the same time, they still charge you a full lesson price. This might not be the most cost effective way of learning, so please check – if the instructor is fully qualified. Please don’t confuse the PDI pink badge, with ORDIT pink badge. These two can look similar, but ORDIT badge – normally is displayed on top of the green badge. This is quite rare – it indicates, that the instructor is not only qualified to teach learners, but also qualified to teach others on how to become a driving instructor! Examples are here: https://www.dft.gov.uk/fyn/ordit.php?postcode=ab156tu
    2. Recommendations – This sometimes can be a great way of finding driving instructors Aberdeen! If a few of your friends have recommended you someone, this normally means that he has taught them and helped them achieve good results.
    3. Google – Using google, to help you find a driving instructor can be a great way. You can browse many websites, in search for the right one. Normally it’s very hard to achieve high rankings on google. So they must be long established, and they normally do things right. But – please also check their reviews before booking your driving instructors aberdeen.
    4. Facebook – Using facebook, also can be a great way of finding a driving instructor in Aberdeen. There are many driving schools using facebook, to communicate with their students, show their results and important informations. This is how you can find our one https://www.facebook.com/DrivingCoursesAberdeen/
    5. Reviews – checking out driving instructor reviews before booking is important part. It’s simply just like booking a holidays. You can use google maps, to check your driving instructor feedback. Also pay attention to how they reply to a feedback. If they receive bad review – sometimes it can be even just a mistake! But – if they receive a bad review and don’t even reply to it, then this might be something to think of. Example can be found here!
    6. Results – Please ensure you ask your driving instructor – what results they have. This can normally be found on their facebook page!
    7. Price – Price is something to seriously consider when booking your driving lessons. But rather than looking at a cheapest possible price, it’s better to do your research using the points below. Most of driving schools in Aberdeen charge an average of £28-£35 per hour. Driving instructors – normally need to keep a well maintenaned modern vehicles, have correct insurance, go through expensive training proces, to become a driving instructor and run their business. If they charge way below the average price, something might be not right. Sometimes, paying low lesson price, in the long term will cost you more, as you might need more lessons and fail your driving tests. Each attempt at a driving test is expensive.
    8. Vehicle – vehicle is something to consider when you are looking for driving instructors Aberdeen. There are instructors using different vehicles. Smaller, larger, manual, automatic and all different types. Most of instructors tend to settle for small and medium hatchbacks. Adjustable seats, help accomodate taller students etc. The basic checks you want to make, is ensure the vehicle comes with air conditioning.  Taking lessons in Summer months – even in Aberdeen 😉 with no air condition might be unpleasant experience. It’s worth asking how old the vehicle is. Generally, the newer the vehicle, the safer, more ecofriendly and more reliable it might be.
    9. Time and Location – Location is important part when taking your driving lessons. If you live in generally busier areas, that tend to be busy with traffic, it might be worth considering taking lessons in places more convenient. Consider meeting your instructor in test centre areas, or safe areas to start the lessons. It’s not beneficial if you spend 30 mins of your 1 hr lesson getting to a safe location. Time is a big factor when learning how to drive. Choosing a slot a 17:00 might mean that you will be sitting in traffic through your lesson. This might not be the most cost effective way of learning. It’s great if you can arrange different times, to give you experience in different traffic conditions. But for most of your lessons, picking a time outside of busy traffic is more beneficial. You can do more during your lesson time this way, and learn more.
    10. Technology – Using the newest technology can be beneficial when learning how to drive. Simply using a tablet during lessons can make certain things much easier to understand. Showing a difficult roundabout on a map is something that might explain more than doing it a few times. There is a lot of apps for modern tablets for driving instructors. These can make teaching and learning easier.

    Final advice – before you decide to make your a block booking, arrange a lesson with your instructor first. See how you get on together and how you find their teaching methods.

    Thanks for reading, you can find out more about the intensive driving courses in Aberdeen we do here

    Adrian Gluszko

    Driving Courses Aberdeen

    01224 605 900

    Checking the Tyre Pressure

    The Right tyre pressure is very important for a safe driving. A car couldn’t be handled correctly on the road with over or under-inflated tyres. Indeed, the difference between a vehicle with precisely inflated tyres and a car with over or underinflated tyres is surprisingly manifested by the car itself.

    A car with tyres under-inflated would make it very hard for the driver to accurately steer, whilst a vehicle with over-inflated tyres could dangerously reduce grip in wet road conditions.

    The acceleration of your car as well as its braking ability are also affected by its tyre pressure whether at over or under-inflation. Adding to the immediate effects of under-inflated tyres would be their faster wearing out in a fashion more uneven compared to the tyres at the right pressure.

    Remember that safety is the generally least appreciated yet the most important reason in checking your tyre pressures. The under-inflated tyres have many possible safety consequences which range from high-speed blowout to an increased and uneven wearing.

    If underinflated, your tyre would wear very quickly around its edge. This part is the one with grooves purposely for clearing water on the wet road . This would result in its shorter lifespan and it would become a potential danger in driving on the wet.

    If overinflated, your tyre would also wear very quickly but not anymore around its edge rather at the middle which would leave the tyre’s contact area to be effectively “bal.” This would enormously increase stopping distances on the wet road.

    Always bear in mind that a tyre being poorly maintained would put it at an increased risk of blowing out. Then, it would be your catastrophic error in driving if your tyre blows out at high speed and it could cause a nasty accident to claim the life of your own and of the other road users.

    So, it is also important for you to learn how to check your tyre pressure. A tyre-pressure gauge should be used in checking your tyre pressures. You should do it roughly once a month. You can buy your own tyre-pressure gauge or you can use one at a garage which is reputable.

    It is recommended that you use a good-quality tyre pressure gauge of your own or the one at a petrol station or at many tyre workshops. They would be happy to check your tyre pressures if you would ask them.

    However, using your own tyre pressure pump and gauge is better than the one at a petrol station because at petrol station the tyre pressure gauge has often been seen years of use or even misuse leaving it without the guarantee of servicing anymore. Most of them are still fine, however, some are giving incorrect tyre pressure readings.

    Remember that a tyre pump that runs off the 12 volts power socket in your vehicle could be available. This would make it easy to effectively and quickly inflate your tyre to the right pressure. If you use a standard foot pump, you could not rely on it as it is mostly good only for pumping your tyres up.

    Smartphone Apps for Passing the Driving Test

    In this piece, we have to answer a good question especially intended for learner drivers. It goes: Which of the three driving theory test apps of smartphone is best suited for learning how to pass?

    These smartphone theory test apps would be easy to learn on the go even if you are still young and eagerly learning how to drive a car or even if you are already an old man or woman behind the steering wheel.

    Remember that it does not hurt to refresh your good memory and take a vital note of any significant changes to the driving theory test apps to often keep you and the other drivers and road users as safe as possible.


    So, the following are the things that you need to know about the driving theory test apps. There are three of the leading apps and you can compare them through their offered features, like hazard perception, help and instructions and progress analysis. You can also compare these apps through the following (1.) graphical style (2.) price, and (3.) ease of usage.

    The renowned “Focus Multimedia” has developed this package of driving theory test apps in such a way that would indeed offer the learner driver a resounding driving test success. The simple interface and clear presentation would not only give you plenty of choice in your own way of learning but they would also verify your comprehension more regularly compared to the other two.


    Then it would also suit to the way you live by paying just more than £1.99 of the basic software. Just remember that the easiest to read is the black text on a white background. However, none of the theory test apps would allow you to change the text size, which is frustrating in some instances.

    There is a clearer graphical analysis and the section of hazard perception section is more helpful to point out the various hazards in the replay of the video. This package which is valued at £4.99 also includes the Highway Code. The “Pick and Mix” approach would also offer learner drivers more flexibility on their revision as it contains the series of apps.


    Then, there are top tips for passing the practical driving test. One recommendation you may follow is to have the official Driver and Vehicle Standard Authority (DVSA) theory test kit at £4.99  or £7.99 including the Highway Code.


    There’s a great deal of information packed into a neat with the official DVSA app. It has a clearer interface. So, the users could choose how they will learn and if they upgrade that includes the Highway Code, they could link off to some regulations which are more appropriate when you need them.


    The hazard perception has been included in the price of  £4.99 and it really emulates the real driving test. Even if there’s some inconsistent wording, it sometimes assumes good understanding of language which is more advantageous to the reader.
    There is also the AA app which is the cheapest among them. It would run you with the mock test or some questions to be answered,  however there is no element of hazard perception and the yellow and black brand doesn’t make the best legibility.

    Why do I have to learn maneuevers? Driving Lessons Aberdeen

    Driving Lessons Aberdeen – test maneuveres.

    Why do I have to learn maneuveres? Can I not just drive? Can I pick my maneuever during driving test?


    Let’s start with basics. Many students ask, why do they have to learn how to reverse around a corner,

    or carry out bay park. They suggest that they won’t do it after they pass their driving test anyway!

    Well, the answer is very simple.

    Imagine yourself in a busy store car park, or just parked in town. You will often find another vehicle very close by.

    You will often find another pedestrians walking around you, possibly while you are about to reverse.

    Think about speed. How fast would you like to drive your car during reversing, while there are other vehicles around,

    pedestrians and plenty of other hazards?

    Well, the only way to achieve this slow speed is to master clutch control.

    When taking your driving lessons Aberdeen, you will carry out different excercises to help you master this skill.

    One of the best excercises for this are maneueveres. Simply, we are looking to master your clutch control, so that you can handle the car while driving or reversing at slow speed. At the same time, we work on your awareness.

    It’s no good if you don’t spot another vehicle oncoming, or a pedestrian. So we will work with you, to help you master these.

    The main purpose of test maneuevers, is to make sure that you can control the car at slow speed, and you are aware of what is going on around you during those.

    Can I pick my maneuveres during driving test?


    No, unfortunately you need to carry out the maneuevere picked by the driving examiner. There are 4 test maneuveres.

    Those involved:

    • reverese around the corner
    • parallel park
    • bay park
    • turn in the road


    All of these will be practiced with you instructor, while taking driving lessons Aberdeen.



    New UK Smoking Ban in Cars

    There’s a new ban on smoking in cars in the United Kingdom (UK) that every driver across Britain must be aware of to avoid being penalised. It is being applied when children are present inside the vehicle. As a responsible driver, here is everything you need to know about this new regulation…

    The new law that bans smoking in cars with children passengers has come into force in the UK beginning October 1, 2015. The new rule has been applied to any passenger or driver of any car which could be classified as “enclosed vehicle” if a child under 18 years of age is on board.

    Anybody who would be caught breaking the law will be subjected to a fine of £50. It would also be considered an offence for any driver or even a provisional driver if he or she will not stop any of his or her passenger or passengers who are smoking on board a private vehicle when there is a minor with them.

    The new smoking ban enforcement has been prompted by some figures currently showing that in Britain there are already more than 430,000 children at the age of 11 to 15 years who have been exposed every week to the so-called “second-hand smoke” in cars.

    Also, the enforcement of the ban has been fuelled by the fact that the same law has already been existing and effectively enforced in some states in the United States of America (USA) as well as in Canada, Australia and in a few countries in Europe.

    Any enforcement of a new law will often be followed by reactions from some sectors of the society. In this case, the concerned drivers may have some questions in common. So, you may read on for the answers to your key questions on this new law such as: (1.) Will the smoking ban extend to convertible vehicles?

    The answer: If you are driving a convertible car with a fully downed roof, you don’t need to worry because the law applies only to private cars which are partly or wholly enclosed by the roof. This means that having your car window or sunroof open will not make any violation that may catch the attention of the police if you’re seen smoking with kids on board your car.

    However, those partially convertible models, such as the Fiat 500C or the Porsche 911 Targa, will likely land you at the wrong side of the law if you have switched on the air-conditioning system or sitting in an open doorway. They actually are not get-out clauses from the coverage of the new law.

    The other key question: (2.) How does the new smoking ban apply to those 17-year-old drivers? The answer: Remember that in some cases, the law in the UK is something odd because you cannot buy cigarettes legally if  you are below 18 years old, however it is actually legal to smoke cigarettes when you are 16 years of age.

    With this in mind, if you are a 17-year-old driver with a provisional driving licence or just recently passed your driving test, the new smoking ban in cars doesn’t prohibit you from smoking in your own presence. The new law does kick in only if you have the passengers who are below 18 years of age.

    Then, the other question: (3.) Are  e-cigarettes included in the new smoking ban in cars? The answer is “No.” The law does not apply to e-cigarettes, however cigarette smoking in enclosed spaces has become controversial with Wales which has banned the use of e-cigarettes in any public building.

    Driving Lessons Aberdeen: Car Makers Ask for Flexibility on Euro6 Standards

    Driving lessons Aberdeen news: Car makers across the globe are now asking the European Union (EU) regulators to lower the Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) emission targets for new vehicles beginning the year 2020.

    The appeal has been prompted as the car industry has admitted that car makers cannot in any way meet the 2020 diesel pollution targets. Instead they have proposed that the Euro 6 limits under the new tests will be doubled, sources from the Auto Express said.

    On the other hand, a EU insider also revealed that the ACEA or European Automobile Manufacturers Association is currently asking for 1.7 “Conformity Factor” which means that cars will be given Euro 6 status for emitting 0.136 gram per kilometre (g/km) of NOx beginning the year 2020.

    Sources said, the policymakers are currently planning a zero-tolerance approach on the 0.080 g/km Euro 6 limit beginning 2020, however they have agreed to enforce some softer regulations which will be in place for the years 2017 to 2020 to be done in a two-phase implementation.

    However, the EU insider said the ACEA is determined to push this further by asking for compliance for vehicles emitting Nox which is 2.75 times higher than the Euro 6 limits. This must be done during the first three-year period of implementation. The 2.75 higher from the Euro 6 limits is actually equal to 0.220 g/km which would not even meet the Euro 5 legislation.

    The source also said the ACEA feels this battle it is currently facing is a US conspiracy against the European diesel car makers. It came obvious as its demands had come behind closed-door meeting on October 1, 2015 which is ahead of the emission tests of the RDE or Real-World Driving Emissions that will be officially introduced on January 1, 2016.

    However, this will only be for monitoring purposes in its first year of implementation. From the year 2017, the RDE will be used only for new type approval vehicles in Euro 6 compliance tests. And then all new vehicles sold in the European Union in 2018 should pass the RDE tests.

    The ACEA has defended its current position by saying that in order to push what would be the right conformity factor, it needs the full package of the RDE. The car industry isn’t in a position to confirm what it must be.

    So, the question now lies on what might every concerned citizen think of the car manufacturers that ask for flexibility on Euro6 standards? Expect and learn more opinions or comments as the issue looms across the Europen Union soon.

    On the other hand, Clean Vehicles Officer Julia Poliscanova of “Transport & Environment,” a campaign group involving itself in the technical Euro 6 discussion, revealed that the progress on the decision making about the finer workings had been made slow.

    Poliscanova said it is just simply unacceptable that the car industry, instead of meeting the standard on the road and having concentration on fitting the right technology, it is still busy to weaken the law, so it could concentrate instead on manipulating the emission tests.

    The result of this current battle has been going this way that the best low emission green vehicles have been on favourable sale right now.

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    High-Mileage Drivers in UK Urged to Slow Down

    High-mileage car drivers in the United Kingdom (UK) are the most likely to put in their mind that speed cameras have only little or no influence on reducing road fatalities, according to a new study on driving lessons Aberdeen.

    A study was recently carried out by the Drive and Survive (DAS) Division of the Institute of Advanced Motorists (IAM). They surveyed hundreds of motorists who have travelled more than 13,000 miles per year, and they’ve found that 27 % of these drivers believe that speed cameras have not benefited road safety in the UK.

    In comparison, there are only 20 % of drivers in Britain who drive at a medium speed of 3,000 to 12,999 miles per year and 16 % who drive at a low speed of 2,999 miles and less every year who believe that speed cameras are not benefitting road safety.

    There is also some 60 % of the high-mileage drivers in the UK, who are always driving as part of their job, opined that there are other possible reasons why speed cameras are installed anywhere such as being motivated to make money for the police forces or for local authorities.

    As this developed, the IAM has been linking these high-mileage drivers’ attitudes to what it has believed has caused greater tendency for them to break the speed limit on the road and motorways.

    So, it has become obvious that because they don’t anymore believe in the benefits or usage of the speed cameras plus their being doubtful of the government authorities’ honesty or possible money-making, they become law breakers. However this reasoning is just up to the level of immaturity as unconfirmed or still to be proven analysis have become the basis of doing the offence.

    In Spring, the IAM had undertaken a separate study, and it discovered that 86 % of fleet operators in the UK have an accident report amongst their ranks in the past year.

    Chief Executive Officer Sarah Sillars of IAM said that it has become clear that there’s a huge task to be done in effectively convincing high-mileage drivers see the importance of speed cameras as well as the speed limit measures in order for them to reduce overspeeding.

    Whilst we have learned from driving lessons Aberdeen that speeding is not the only cause of road accidents resulting to deaths  and injuries, but it’s one of the major causes.

    On the other hand, the IAM has opined that employers need to work together with their employees in order to make sure that they appreciate the part that they play in making our roads in the UK safer and more convenient for all the road users.

    The IAM further revealed that the figures that they have found have shown the great extent to which high-mileage and company drivers have been involved in fatal road accidents. Therefore, the IAM stressed that this educational task needs to be done sooner rather than later so that in doing so, many lives will be saved on the UK roads as more road accidents will be prevented.

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    Enhancing Young Driver’s Road Safety in UK

    Huge changes should be undertaken to the way driving a vehicle and road safety measures are being taught by driving instructors Aberdeen in order to effectively engage with modern young people in the United Kingdom (UK).

    This is according to the opinion stressed by Goodyear Tyres UK, which has recently announced an ambitious project using children’s computer coding knowledge in enhancing road safety education.

    Goodyear Tyres UK is the company which already runs a driving academy for pre-driving-age pupils or students across Britain in order to give them a head-start in controlled and safe conditions.

    However today, it’s set to use an app of smartphone being designed by a 17-year-old that creates what it’s hoped to be an educational competition amongst children. Using the Google Maps, the app will allow students to play a driving game in their local area and compete with each other.

    This will be a great attraction to the children as they’ll be amused by the type of game in the computer as driving a vehicle in a game has been instinctively attractive to the kids ever since computer games had been invented. It has been anchored to the fact that kids have the instinct much inclined to play cars and driving.

    The game has also featured some up-to-date concerns such as serious distractions which is posed by the latest mobile technology, manifesting that the standard theory test of the government deals with quite poorly as reflected by its current results. A part of the argument of Goodyear is that a simple “Don’t use it.” isn’t substantially convincing or persuasive enough to the current learners’ generation.

    With drivers aged 17 to 19  involved in 12 % of all fatal road accidents in Britain, early driving education has now become a vital part of an unofficial road safety policy in the UK. So, in keeping this policy up for more serious implementation, so many lives of our young motorists will be saved.

    Goodyear Tyres UK Public Relations Manager Kate Rock said that tapping the technological advances of the young generation is a key towards improving safety education across all industries in the UK.

    She added that road safety education is no different and risks reduction efforts are being left behind if we don’t adopt the modern ways such as computer games that children are currently choosing to learn.”

    She also said that today children are far more advanced technologically than twenty years ago, and yet education about driving for the pre-driver age group has remained stagnant. So, to make an impact, we definitely need to modernise our way of teaching the younger generation.

    This strategy obviously intends to put an end to the apprehensions and worry of some parents that too much exposure to computer games will divert their kids’ attention onto the less important matters of their study. However, if we would all stay in this mindset, a considerable gap would be developed bringing us far from the realities of modern times.

    This is now breaking the parents’ worries because the objective of the game and driving instructors Aberdeen is actually gaining knowledge for saving their own lives at wheel as they will become safe and responsible drivers in the future.

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    Driving School Aberdeen: Drivers’ Biggest Fear

    The owners of vehicles six years or more are now more worried of breaking down during a long trip compared to any other types of incidents along the way except traffic jams. Study showed that almost half or 44 % of these car owners said they worry about their vehicle breaking down during a long journey, such as going on a summer holiday in a far country.

    After learning in a driving school Aberdeen the first or biggest worry for drivers on long drives is traffic jam, which currently topped a poll of drivers’ concerns behind the steering wheel in the United Kingdom (UK).  So, only traffic jam (59 %) has been the biggest among all other concerns such as breakdown which is 44 % of drivers of older vehicles. The study had respondents totaling 2,000 drivers of vehicles aged six years or more.

    According to the study, the average age of vehicles on Britain’s roads is now seven years, yet only one in every six owners has assistance on the roadside in case a breakdown will happen. It’s because many car owners or 56 % are more inclined to pack a picnic lunch rather than investing their money for breakdown cover. So there’s no immediate assistance can be expected to arrive during a breakdown.

    The study further revealed that most drivers or 82 % of them will check if they have enough fuel for their every journey, while 65 % will check their tyres and 64 % will clean their windscreen before taking to a long journey. Only half or 56 % will bother themselves to check their engine’s coolant level whilst 37 % of drivers will make sure all of the lights of their vehicles are working.

    The third bigger worry for drivers or car owners on long journeys in the summer is whether their cars are safely loaded with luggage. This only accounts to a third of car owners or 30 %  of them who are bothered to make sure their cars are safe with luggage load.

    Europcar UK Group which conducted the study, said that it’s clear from its research that a break down in a long journey is the second major concern for drivers or car owners, however it seems that many of them take long trips in still older vehicles without doing any of the basic vehicle maintenance checks.

    On the other hand, the study also revealed that it’s just only over a third or 37% of drivers said they have checked if all the light bulbs of their cars are working before taking to a long journey. It’s in a lower level among all concerns despite its being a legal requirement on UK road network.

    So, the Europcar has been suggesting an alternative option for holidaymakers – the car hire with the firm’s running fleets of cars which are less than eight months old and they’re superbly in running condition according to the standard of having covered by roadside assistance.

    So, the study has listed the top 10 travel worries for car drivers of vehicles older than six years: (1.) Traffic and congestion (2.) Breaking down (3.) Having an accident (4.) Getting lost (5.) Driving in bad weather (6.) Driving when tired (7.) Arriving on time (8.) Keeping the kids occupied (9.) Running out of fuel (10.) Getting back pain.

    Call the best driving school Aberdeen today!

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    Driving Lesson Aberdeen Tips: The Dropped Kerb

    Driving Lesson Aberdeen Tips: The Dropped Kerb  

    A dropped kerb is also called a dropped footway. It is a sloping kerb at a pavement edge which is aimed normally to help pedestrians, especially those aided with pushchairs, the disabled and the elderly who are crossing the road or to allow them to have vehicular access to parking facilities or to a driveway.

    You can see the vehicle crossover (dropped kerbs) for informative details on how to apply to have in your area this kerb to be constructed in order to give vehicular access to be able to comfortably park your vehicles on your own property. The benefits to having clear dropped kerbs are also included in the detailed information in Vehicle Crossover.

    Remember that parking across a dropped footway could be dangerous because it would cause difficulties for drivers, residents and pedestrians. Keeping the dropped kerbs clear would bring the following benefits:

    (1.)  Improved access for pedestrians using crossing facilities.
    (2.)  Essential access to crossing facilities for those using pushing buggies and wheelchairs.
    (3.)  Better sightlines for drivers and pedestrians approaching or using a dropped kerb.
    (4.)  Improved access to driveways for businesses, residents and their visitors.

    There are various rules that apply to pedestrians and motorists on single-use or shared access ways. They’re being advised not to park their vehicles across any pedestrian dropped kerbs or any other dropped footways if they’re unclear of the applied rules.

    If these motorists would do, they risk themselves being issued with a parking ticket or otherwise known as Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) from one of the Civil Enforcement Officers (CEO) of Haringey. The PCN is formerly known as Parking Attendants.

    On the other hand, the London Local Authorities and Transport for London Act of 2003 have enabled the Council of Haringey to take enforcement action seriously against drivers who park their vehicles in front of dropped footways. The objective of the legislation is to improve pedestrians’ access and to offer help to businesses and residents being faced with access difficulties.

    There’s a part of the legislation that provides access to single residential areas and the enforcement of which has been reliant entirely upon the occupants of the premises because the enforcement action of the authorities would depend upon the request of the concerned occupiers addressed to the council so that it would take an immediate enforcement action which they could not do in the absence of such a request.

    Business owners and residents can call the vehicle pound using this number: 07856 274 935 in order to report a vehicle that blocks their single use dropped kerb. Then a vehicle used for removal will be sent to the location of the blocked dropped footway in order to assess whether the vehicle is parked illegally and causes obstruction.

    After assessing that the parked vehicle is really blocking the dropped footway, the removal vehicle, where appropriate, will remove the car. Remember that the removal vehicles have been operational from 8:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.

    Where there’s a dropped kerb to a property with several occupiers, there’s a need to establish that the car owner isn’t visiting another property occupant within the premises because he or she might get back to the vehicle and drive out of the area, thus clearing the kerb immediately.

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