BSM (British School of Motoring), the UK’s biggest driving school, will go back to Vauxhall to provide it with Corsas from March 2011.
The Vauxhall Corsa will begin replacing the Fiat 500 (BSM’s current fleet cars) from 2011, with the exchange completed by the end of the same year.
Vauxhall will provide BSM’s 3,250-strong fleet with 1.2 ecoFLEX and 1.4 litre 5-door Corsas over several years.
BSM had previously spent 16 years with Vauxhall before changing to the Fiat 500 in July 2009.
At the time, BSM said the Corsa “no longer appealed to its core customers, who tend to be young women who wanted to drive a fashionable car”.
A Vauxhall spokesman said it was a “commercial decision” to step away from BSM in 2009.