London Knowledge Blue Book Runs
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Free Blue Book Runs

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Everyone is trying to make money from everything so when we come across something that is free we wonder what the catch is. Well you can now get a free list of the taxi knowledge book runs and there really is no catch. The list of runs are updated with the changes that were made by the P.C.O in 2013.

OK maybe there is a catch, if you really want to call it that. What you get for free is the blue book runs list, which means it’s just point A to point B and not the actual run, so lets use Manor House to Gibson Square as our example. The actual run would look like this:

Lol______ Green Lanes

R________ Brownswood Road

L________ Blackstock Road

F________ Highbury Park

F________ Highbury Grove

R________ St Paul’s Road

Com_____ Highbury Corner

L/by_____ Upper Street

R________ Barnsbury Street

L________ Milner Square

F________ Milner Place

Gibson Square Facing

So as you can see that run shows you what route to take to get from point A to point B. The difference with the blue book list and the actual blue book you will get from the P.C.O is that it will just list the runs like the example below:

Run 1 -  Manor House Station N4 to Gibson Square N1

So the blue book list of runs would be something like this:

Run 1 -  Manor House Station N4 to Gibson Square N1

Run 2 - Thornhill Square N1 to Queens Square WC1

Run 3 - Chancery Lane Station WC1 to Rolls Road SE1

Run 4 - Pages Walk SE1 to St. Martins Theatre WC2

Run 5 - Australian High Commission WC2 to Paddington Station W2

Run 6 - Lancaster Gate W2 to Royal Free Hospital NW3

Run 7 - Fitzjohns Avenue NW3 to Fitzhardinge Street W1

Run 8 - Ritz Hotel W1 to Battersea Park Station SW8

Run 9 - Ponton Road SW8 to Camberwell Grove SE5

Run 10 - Knatchbull Road SE5 to Surrey Quays Station SE16

Run 11 - Timber Pond Road SE16 to Grocers Hall Court EC2

Run 12 - Barbican EC2 to Mile End Station E3

Run 13 - Beaumont Square E1 to Cannon Wharf Business Centre SE8

Run 14 - New Cross Station SE14 to National Maritime Museum SE10

Run 15 - Maze Hill Station SE10 to Abbey Road E15

As you can see you will not be given the actual route so you would have to work that out for yourself, which would take you a long time, time you could be spent doing something more productive. This is why you buy the actual runs, they are already worked out for you saving you lots of valuable time.
So although you can get the blue book runs list for free you will not get the runs themselves so i suppose if anything that is the catch, but free is free so Click Here and get yours today.

Doing The Knowledge With a Criminal Record

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This is a question that gets asked a lot and there is not a simple answer, well there is, the simple answer is yes you can do the knowledge if you have a criminal record. The reason it’s not that simple is because it will depend on many factors, what was the the offence, how long ago was it, how long your conviction was. A lot of people worry about becoming a London cabbie if they have points on their licence, this really doesn’t matter but other offences can and will make a difference. The P.C.O will not look kindly upon violent offences such as GBH or ABH because to become a London taxi driver you need to have a good character and not be likely to attack your customers.

So doing the knowledge with a criminal record is OK but in all cases you need to tell the P.C.O about every conviction you have, this is only for current convictions, you do not need to tell them about any spent convictions but it’s best to be as honest as you can with them because if they find anything out later there is a good chance you will not be allowed to continue doing the knowledge.

Blue Book Runs

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If you are thinking of doing the knowledge of London then you will need a set of blue book runs, these can be anything From £50 up to over £80. A lot of people sell them on paper or in “book” form but thwese are not very practical and the reason they sell them like this is probably because they know you will need to buy more as these become ruined. The best way to buy the runs is without a doubt in digital form, this means you can constantly update them and every time you go out you will have a nerw fresh run to work with.

Doing the taxi knowledge can seem like an uphill struggle at time so anything you can do yo make the journey less hassle and less stressful has to be a good thing. Click Here and get your copy of the blue book runs in digital format now.

Audio Blue Book Runs

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Some people say you can literally learn while you sleep by listening to a recording, so some people will listen to a CD to learn another language. Well now you can learn the knowledge while you sleep with the blue book runs being called over in your ear as you gently fall to sleep. Who are “they” who knows but they reckon it works, whether it works or not having the blue book runs available on audio has to be a good thing.

If you are chilling in the garden or commuting to work have the runs called over in your ear, it’s a bit like learning the words to a song, if you hear it enough times it’s bound to sink in. There are some so called audio runs out there that are just type and talk software, if you want to listen to a really bad robot then they are fine but not really up for the job, they are more annoying than helpful.

If you want to have all 320 blue book runs called over by a real person then Click Here to check them out. They come in 4 modules with each module containing 80 runs so module 1 has runs 1 to 80 and module 2 has runs 81 to 160 and, well you get the idea with that. These are a really good revision tool and anything that helps has to be a good thing. The never get tired, never get bored just fire them up and away you go, as the little meerkat would say “Simples”

How Hard is it to Become a London Taxi Driver?

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There is no simple answer to this as it will differ from person to person. The Knowledge will take anywhere from 3 years to 5 years as it really depends on your commitment, time available to do it and obviously how quickly you can learn and retain the information.

One of the biggest factor in the amount of time it takes to become a London taxi diver is the amount of time you can get out there and learn the runs and pick up the points. Obviously if you can only get out at weekends then it will be harder to do the knowledge than if you can get out 3 or 4 times per week.

There is no point thinking you can rush through the knowledge and pass within 18 months because it won’t happen. It’s not hard to become a London cabbie it’s just the sheer volume of runs and points needed to be learnt. There are lots of stuff out there to help with doing the knowledge and you can spend money hand over fist buying this and that and then the other. Most of the stuff you will be told you need you won’t actually need it. All you need is a large laminated map of the 6 mile radius, the blue book and maybe alist of runs. If you really want a great tool that will save you time and money then get the Download The Full Pack Here and get ahead of others. This is not a fast track to becoming a London black cab driver it’s just a very good aid that will help youand save you money because it has everything you need on it. So for the price of a few beers you will have a nice little tool to assit you to reach your goal of becoming a London Taxi Driver.

So How Hard is it to become a London taxi Driver?…how long is a piece of string.

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