Schoolgirl Bus Driver

A schoolgirl can now do the school run herself because she become the third generation in her family to become a BUS DRIVER. Sixth former Jodie Wood, 18, passed the final part of her PCV (Passenger Carrying Vehicle) training programme on Friday which means she is fully qualified to drive a 12-ton coach or any other vehicle with up to 70 seats.

A schoolgirl can now do the school run herself because she become the third generation in her family to become a BUS DRIVER. Sixth former Jodie Wood, 18, passed the final part of her PCV (Passenger Carrying Vehicle) training programme on Friday which means she is fully qualified to drive a 12-ton coach or any other vehicle with up to 70 seats.

A schoolgirl can now do the school run herself because she become the third generation in her family to become a BUS DRIVER. Sixth former Jodie Wood, 18, passed the final part of her PCV (Passenger Carrying Vehicle) training programme on Friday which means she is fully qualified to drive a 12-ton coach or any other vehicle with up to 70 seats.

A schoolgirl can now do the school run herself because she become the third generation in her family to become a BUS DRIVER. Sixth former Jodie Wood, 18, passed the final part of her PCV (Passenger Carrying Vehicle) training programme on Friday which means she is fully qualified to drive a 12-ton coach or any other vehicle with up to 70 seats.

A schoolgirl can now do the school run herself because she become the third generation in her family to become a BUS DRIVER. Sixth former Jodie Wood, 18, passed the final part of her PCV (Passenger Carrying Vehicle) training programme on Friday which means she is fully qualified to drive a 12-ton coach or any other vehicle with up to 70 seats.