Motor school takes to road

January 2000
Marketing Event;Jan2000, p6
Announces the plans of British School of Motoring (BMS) to visit major shopping malls in Britain to show the touch-screen computer technology used to help train student drivers. Organizer of the event; Remarks from Fiona Thompson, BMS product marketing manager.


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