Bottisham School of Motoring was established in 1964 by Albert Moulding.
He had a wealth of information and experience in the driving industry, mostly gained while serving in World War II.
He taught military personnel to drive lorries, tanks and light armoured vehicles e.g. Bren Gun Carriers and Land Rovers etc.
When he left the army, he became a long distance lorry driver for 17 years.
He had lived in Bottisham all his life, so when he decided to start a driving school Bottisham School of Motoring had to be the name.
He was one of the first volunteer candidates for a new government initiative for the driving instructor industry by the Department of Transport, it is now known as the Driving Standards Agency (DVSA)
He was later joined by his children John in 1972, Peter in 1976, Julie 1979 and finally his granddaughter Carrie in 2020.
Bottisham School of Motoring is one of the longest serving independent driving school in the country.