British School of Motoring

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Private Limited
Industry Automotive services
Founded Peckham United Kingdom
Services Driving Instruction

The British School of Motoring (BSM) is a driving school in the United Kingdom, providing training in vehicle operation and road safety.

BSM has around 1000 driving instructors. RAC's parent company, Aviva, sold BSM to Arques Industries AG in February 2009.[1] In November 2009 the business was then sold to Managing Directors Abu-Haris Shafi and Nikolai Kesting and was then acquired by Acromas Holdings which was the holding company for The AA and SAGA in January 2011. The AA (including BSM ownership) then announced stock market flotation in June 2014.

Notable customers[edit]

Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom learned to drive with the BSM.[2]


  1. ^ BSM Arques Industries AG
  2. ^ "UK driving school dumps Vauxhall". BBC News. 2009-07-28. Retrieved 2009-07-29.