Fast Track Driver Training - Ashford, Kent TN24 9LY

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Beaver road , Ashford , Kent TN24 9LY







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Bockhanger, opp Grasmere Road - 81 feet south west

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Fast track driver training is an independent driving school working in ashford and surrounding areas which caters for intensive and pay as you go lessons .

No time wasting just driving gets you trained quicker.


We offer driver training including intensive, pass plus and refresher . or you can simply learn at your own pace

Fast Track Driver Training is located in the Ashford area of Kent. There are at least 15 other listings in the TN24 postcode area.

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Thanks to Fasttrack driving I passsed !! Thank you so much would highly recommend 😀
5/12/2016 3:21:39 PM

Trying to contact Claire who phoned fasttrack and left a wrong number please call back. Regards Simon Thomas
8/4/2015 2:23:41 PM

Latest Drink Driving Figures The number of positive drink-drive tests in England and Wales increased to the highest level since 201 1 over the Christmas period, police have revealed. The increase came in the form of young drivers. Chief Constable Suzette Davenport, the national roads policing spokeswoman, said the rise to 4.39% of all tests was down to a more 'intelligence-led' approach by officers. Younger drivers remained more likely than over-25s to fail a breath test. In all, there were 1 33,996 tests carried out in England and Wales in December (compared to 191,040 in 2013), of which 5,885 or 4.39% were positive, compared with 3.42% in the same month in 201 3. More worrying was the fact that 28,228 under-25s were tested, with a 6.33% failure rate, compared to 3.94% of over-25s. However, about 60,000 fewer breath tests were carried out overall in the month compared with the same period in 201 3 as police changed tactics and dealt with cuts in resources. Roadside drugs tests will be rolled out across England and Wales from 2015 as part of a crackdown on drug-driving. The Government says drivers won't know if they'll be breathalysed, given a drugs test or both when police stop them. Groundbreaking new 'drugalysers' known as 'Drugwipe', recently given Home Office approval, will take saliva samples and analyse them immediately for cannabis and cocaine. Legal highs aren't detectable yet, though. At present, officers have to arrest suspects and take them to a police station to undergo Chief Constable Davenport said: The use of an intelligence-led approach by officers may give the impression through our figures of members of the public not taking seriously the consequences of driving under the influence, but I am confident that our messages on the topic are getting through. 'Rather, targeted testing is helping officers to pick up on offending in a more efficient way.1 She added: 'Younger drivers, who are balancing the development of their skills and responsibilities as drivers with the natural enjoyments and explorations of their formative years as adults, are, unsurprisingly, more likely to take risks. 'But our message is very simple and very clear - you are breaking the law, you are risking your life and the lives of those around you and the consequences of doing so will plague you for the rest of your life.' The overall failure rate of 4.39% was the highest since 201 1 when it stood at 4.55%. time-consuming blood tests conducted under medical supervision. To avoid detection, many would argue they were unable to give a blood sample for medical reasons or due to religious beliefs - wasting time and allowing the drugs to leave their system. With the drugalysers on the streets, that loophole has been closed. The kits will support the new drug offence, coming into In Scotland police tested 1 7,504 drivers for alcohol as part of their four week drink-drive campaign over the festive period and caught 351 drivers under the influence, compared to 434 drivers last year - a 1 9% reduction. Figures from the Scottish Government also show that drivers are five times more likely to be caught just over the new legal limit the morning after. Kevin Clinton, head of road safety at RoSPA, said: 'While it is good news that the police are adopting an intelligence-led approach to target their resources at drivers most likely to be drinking, it's also important that the overall number of breath tests is maintained. 'What is also worrying is the number of young people who are driving while under the influence of alcohol. Around 250 people are killed in drink-drive accidents every year and it is not just the drivers who suffer, but often their passengers, people in other vehicles, pedestrians, cyclists or motorcyclists, and the families of everyone involved.' force in March, but they'll be in use almost immediately. The penalty under the new offence will be 12 months disqualification, a fine up
2/6/2015 10:03:44 PM

Only a quarter of motoring tax is spent on roads Road users are now paying four times more money to Chancellor George Osborne in motoring taxes than is being spent by the Government on roads, according to research by the RAC Foundation. The motoring research charity found that in 2012 a total of £30.7billion was raised from direct motoring taxation; £24.8bn from fuel duty and £5.9bn from vehicle excise duty (VED). However, in the same year just £7.5bn (24% of motoring tax income) was spent on the road network, with £3bn spent on national roads and £4.5bn on local roads. That figure was down on the previous year, too, where the Government received £30.9bn from motorists, but invested £7.9bn on maintaining the road network. In fact, from 2008 to 201 2, the Government spent an average of just 28% of what they received in motoring taxes on the UK roads.
2/6/2015 9:51:37 PM

“Until you’ve learned to drive, you’ve never really learned how to swear.”
6/2/2013 8:30:38 PM

Passed first time with Simon! Highly recommended.
4/29/2013 9:58:41 PM

Car insurance costs soar 15% to nudge £1k a year but the average young male pays £3k The cost of insuring a car soared last year, with the average premium now setting drivers back £971.40, according to research. The cost of insurance for annual comprehensive cover increased in the last three months of 2011, after a brief stall in the summer months, the AA has revealed. According to its British Insurance Premium Index, car insurance has increased 15.3 per cent in just a year, from £842.69 to almost reach the £1,000 mark. Insurance hikes: Car premiums are soaring, especially for young male drivers, according to the AA Index Just three months ago, the average cost of insurance was £921.38, meaning in this short period, prices have jumped 5.4 per cent. Young drivers continue to see premiums rise to astronomical prices. The average motorist under the age of 22 will pay £2,497 for their insurance. This is an annual rise of 10.91 per cent. Male drivers under the age of 22 fork out the most for their insurance, with the average premium quoted at £3,163. This compares to £1,799 the average female driver in the same age category pays.
11/18/2012 8:25:01 PM

Insurers demand radical changes to driving test as rural death toll revealed Young drivers are most at risk of death or serious injury on rural roads, according to a new analysis from the Association of British Insurers. The report highlights the ten parliamentary constituencies with the highest number of serious injuries of young drivers and their passengers. Nine are in the countryside, where unlit and narrow roads pose the biggest dangers for new drivers. In the ten constituencies alone there have been 2,129 deaths or serious casualties involving young drivers in the past six years, out of a national total of 52,565. The ABI will tomorrow launch its Campaign for Safe Young Drivers. It coincides with Road Safety Week and calls on MPs to support reform of training and testing for new drivers. As Financial Mail reported last month, Insurers want a minimum 12-month learning period before a test can be taken. The ABI proposals call for a ban on new drivers carrying passengers for six months after passing the test. During that period novices would also not be allowed to drive between 11pm and 4am – the most dangerous hours – and would face a retest two years after qualifying to see how they had progressed. James Dalton, head of motor and liability insurance at the ABI, says: ‘We need to have an intelligent and serious conversation as a society about the thousands of young people dying on our roads.’ Insurers are due to meet Ministers this week to discuss road safety. While an overhaul of the driving test might add to the costs of qualifying as a driver, any reduction in accident rates would bring down the high costs of insurance for young drivers.
11/18/2012 8:19:19 PM

I asked You to turn the car around in the road not turn it over
11/8/2012 2:59:26 PM

Ashfords Pot Holes Getting Worse
11/8/2012 2:52:11 PM

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