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#1 Tuesday 9th February 2010 10:29:09

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I seem to remember there being some artificial time limit before a new driver could take the IAMS test, but cannot remember nor cannot find the information.

Is there some time limit before a new driver can take the IAMs test, come to think of it Rospa also, but would want to get this guy driving any faster than he does already big_smile


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#2 Tuesday 9th February 2010 22:21:07

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Re: IAMS

Not 100% sure, but think it's 3 months.

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#3 Tuesday 9th February 2010 22:55:38

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This is a very useful web site...http://www.iams.co.uk.  From here you can see that IAMS make products to suit cats and dogs ageing from kitten/puppy to the older, more senior pet.  There is a choice of wet or dry food too.  Better to visit the website to get all the up to date info though.  We tend to use Bakers for our dog though.

Not sure what it has to do with advanced driving though.

Nigel


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#4 Tuesday 9th February 2010 23:02:52

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Do you have to use a ROVER for the course?  big_smile big_smile

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#5 Tuesday 9th February 2010 23:43:49

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Do you have to use a ROVER for the course?  big_smile big_smile

LOL I was just out with an IAM and ROSPA observer who drives a Rover, so the answer appears to be yes.

#6 Wednesday 10th February 2010 00:07:08

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Reliant KITTEN?   big_smile big_smile

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#7 Wednesday 10th February 2010 00:24:12

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vw FOX

#8 Wednesday 10th February 2010 17:22:58

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big_smile big_smile big_smile big_smile big_smile big_smile big_smile


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#9 Wednesday 10th February 2010 21:00:55

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Re: IAMS

I seem to remember there being some artificial time limit before a new driver could take the IAMS test, but cannot remember nor cannot find the information.

Is there some time limit before a new driver can take the IAMs test, come to think of it Rospa also, but would want to get this guy driving any faster than he does already big_smile

NO a new driver can now start a course as soon as they have passed the L test, reason being the course can take up to 12 weeks to complete ( including the test date).

I send the Information packs out and the wording on the Skill for life Enrolment form is as follows.


Aplicants MUST hold a valid and current FULL driving licence before starting the programme, which allowes the applicant to drive and or ride in the UK and EU, Holders of provisional licences are not eligiable.
When attending the first observed run with a group, and the test with an examiner, I must produce.
1/ my current FULL driving licence (both parts if photocard type.
2/ A fully licenced and roadworthy vehicle
3/ The vehicles current certificate of insurance, or evidence of insurance under company scheme,( NB policy must be valid for the purpose of which the vihicle is to be used).
It then states about the IAM test
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