Mirrors, Position, Speed and Gears
Learning to drive is a skill. A skill that involves learning how to control a car to make sure that it doesn’t crush into other cars, bikes, pedestrians, buildings, tress, etc.
Do you get my point?
So to be able to drive properly and under full control you need to constantly be aware of your: Continue reading
Choosing a driving school is always a problem and a very scarcely one. Yes there are plenty of driving schools around but how do choose the right one?
And in theory you should be looking for a driving instructor not a school. Because instructors in a driving are not all the same.
Always start by asking around for a…. Continue reading
Continuing from the previous blog, examiners look for only two things on a driving test.
One is your ability to have at least some basic car controls skills.
And the other is understanding the dangers around you.
When you think about it, everything we do in driving all comes down to avoiding putting yourself and others at risk.
So How Do You Keep Safe?
There are 3 things you must do to be considered a safe driver. Continue reading
When you go on a driving test, the examiner always look for two things.
⇒ The first is your ability to control the car.
⇒ And the second is your understanding of everything around you.
In this blog I’m going to discuss the basic car control skills that you must have. Continue reading
I’m sure you know that using a Sat Nav is now an everyday part of learning to drive. You use it on lessons and you’re tested on how to use it on the test.
But why are so many people find it difficult to use?
It’s challenging because of the way the information is presented.
Let me explain.. Continue reading
Is it acceptable of your driving instructor to continually raise his voice at you?
Of course not. We all know it shouldn’t happen but it happens from time to me. And in my experience there are reasons why your instructor may shout at you.
1- Because they have an impatient personality OR
2- Because they feel under pressure to make a difference
The first is simply a personality issue. In my view anyone who can’t accept people’s mistakes should not be a teacher. But the issue about being under pressure to perform is an interesting one for me. Continue reading
The honest answer to that is a both YES and NO.
I don’t know how much you knew about the old test – but to summarize it for you, it included:
Getting instructions from the examiner to tell you were to go with 10 minutes of that involving following signs or maps AND
Five manoevures including reversing in a bay, parallel parking, reversing around a corner, turning in the road and doing an emergency stop stop
They Removed Some Manoevures.