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Providing Information, Representation and Services to Driving Instructors throughout Great Britain.
The Motor Schools Association is the senior national association for ADI's. First established in 1935, MSA is a non-profit making association, without shareholders, wholly owned by and run entirely for the benefit of its members.
Full membership is reserved for Approved Driving Instructors, however, trainees, potential driving instructors (PDI’s), driving school proprietors and other interested parties may also join but are not allowed a vote. PDI’s are welcomed into MSA membership and on qualification are converted to full members at no extra charge. With regional centres of activity throughout the country, it is perfectly placed to give real support, advice, information & services to its members and the general public.
MSA for its Members
•  keeping members informed of any matters of interest
•  representing the views of members to Government, its departments and agencies
•  providing services that will be of benefit to members
•  setting standards of professional and ethical behaviour for teachers of driving
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MSA for the Public
•  assisting the public in seeking high quality driver training
•  working with government to seek measures to reduce road accidents and increase road safety
•  producing a code of professional conduct for all MSA members to abide by
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