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New Smarter Driving Courses Dates

24/02/2012

More dates for the smarter driving taxi driver courses have been made available so if you are interested book now. Completing the course could help you reduce your fuel consumption, save money and improve air quality in London.
 
Booking is easy and can be done via the Energy Saving Trust (EST) website by following the steps below:
 
·         Visit the EST website at http://www.smarterdriving.net/est      
·         Login using your own email address
·         The password is ‘savings’
·         Select the date and time that suits you
 
You’ll then be sent an email confirming the date, time and location of your course. When you go for your course you’ll need to take your DVLA licence with you, including your photocard if you have one, and your taxi driver’s licence.
 
The course is held at The London Taxi Company office in Brewery Road, N7 and only takes 90 minutes to complete. The course is completed in a licensed taxi and you do not have to pass a test or sit an exam.
 
The courses have proved very popular with the taxi drivers who have completed them already and the results have been impressive, with drivers managing to reduce their fuel consumption by an average of 25%.
 
The courses have been arranged with the EST for taxi drivers in London and are being funded as part of the Cleaner Air for London initiative.
 
Transport for London – London Taxi and Private Hire  
For enquiries email tph.enquiries@tfl.gov.uk  
For licensing information visit the TfL website or try TfL’s Common Questions Section
 
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