DVSA Alert
Highway _Code Fake copies of The Highway Code are being sold The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) is currently investigating and taking action against unscrupulous sellers of a fake version of The Highway Code.  The errors in the fake versions could potentially put road users at risk of breaking the law or, even worse, having an accident. As well as this, it could cause failure in both theory and practical tests. The selling of counterfeit books containing unlicensed intellectual property breaks copyright laws. How to spot a fake. The easiest way to decide whether you have an official copy of The Highway Code or a fake version, is to look for these key differences: Compare the bar code numbers; the official copy has an ISBN number above its barcode. On the fake version, the logos on the front cover of the book are slightly pixelated. The official version of The Highway Code has a matte cover, the fake version has a glossy cover. If you think you have been sold a counterfeit copy, you should contact their local trading standards office or contact DVSA at crowncopyright@dvsa.gov.uk.  To make sure you get an official copy of The Highway Code you can buy one from the official publisher at Safe Driving for Life  They can also view an up-to-date version of The Highway Code for free on GOV.UK

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Covid 19 update

Bryan’s BMW Rider Training West Midlands is committed to following the government’s Coronavirus guidelines to protect our staff and customers. We have set up various processes and procedures to keep our customers and instructors safe in these unusual times.  As a result we put into place a 1:2 Instructor/trainee ratio to limit the number of customers on site at any one time. We would ask that you ensure you are staying at least 2 meters away from our Instructors and other customers at all times and follow the markings and poster information to help you comply.  Further information will be given via our trainers when you arrive. Our phone lines remain open for general enquiries, advice and updates. Stay safe and we look forward to seeing you. Kevin Bryan.

Taster sessions

Our Taster sessions are now back up and running are are an excellent way to get a feel for motorcycling. Taster session overview Meet our friendly, qualified instructors who will guide you through your first taste of motorcycling on our large on-site area. Kick-starting your biking career. We charge £40 for the session. 45mins training on our training site, but please allow 1 hour in total.  We do require you to be able to ride a push bike as an essential skill prior to attending this or further courses.  To book call us on 01782 595000.


We now have new BMW bikes which comply with the new A2 category test and are running F750 GS’s for the category A (direct Access) tests.