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Driving lessons Custom House

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Driving lessons Custom House

Driving lessons Custom House

Triangle School of Motoring is providing driving lessons in Custom House area and many other areas surrounding Custom House.

If you are thinking of taking driving lessons in Custom House area, you have come to the right driving school. It is very important to choose an excellent driving instructor who will help you pass your practical driving test and become a safe driver with the minimum amount of cost and fuss. Triangle School of Motoring has driving instructors waiting to take you out on driving lessons, we provide a smart, clean, reliable and professional service.

I have 23 years of experience in giving driving instruction and I am fully qualified Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) approved driving instructor. You can do your driving lessons in English, Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu.

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Postcodes Covered

E6, E7, E12, E13, E15, E16, E20, IG1, IG2, IG3, IG11, RM8, RM9

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Custom House is a district in the London Borough of Newham in London, England. The area is named after the custom house of Royal Victoria Dock. This dock is today in recreational use but it dominated the industry and commerce of the area from 1855 until the 1940s and closed in 1980. The main economic building of the area is the ExCeL Exhibition Centre and thus the district is connected to the City of London directly by two stations on the Docklands Light Railway. Nearby offices, factories and storage premises form the bulk of the rest of the workplaces of the area in the south of the district, close to the DLR route. Schools, a college, a care home, council offices and a parade of shops also support the local economy, which has parks to north and south-east. The district is contiguous with Canning Town, its forebear which was widely disparaged by the upper middle classes in Victorian England as a location heavily associated with rubber, packaging and miscellaneous manufacturing and dockyards, Custom House by not having such connotations is sometimes used for most of the south of the ancient parish of West Ham. A widely varying mapped overlap of the two areas relies on various interpretations including ward names and proximity to four DLR stations on the same line. From Wikipedia.

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