Want to Master Driving? Focus on 4 things

 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:

Mirrors

You must be constantly aware of the mirrors you should be checking.  And this is every time you see a hazard or before you signal to change direction.

Position

You need to be constantly aware of your position on the road.  For example, every 5 seconds, you need to silently ask yourself whether you’re in the correct position on the road.

Ask questions such as “I’m I in the correct lane?” I’m I on the correct site of the site of the road?”  Is my car big enough to go through that gap?”  …. as so on

Speed

You need to constantly ask yourself whether you’re travelling at the correct speed.   You’ll know that you’re travelling at the correct speed  …based on your surroundings and the maximum speed of the road.

Gears

Gears are related to speed. Again, you’ll need to constantly ask yourself if you’re in the best gear to help you travel at the safest speed.

And the best way to know that you’re in a right gear is this:

If you’re driving and you take you’re foot off the gas, the car should slow down a little.  If it doesn’t, then you’re in a high gear.  Meaning that you need to drop down a gear.

If it slows down too quickly that means that your gear is too low.  And in that case you need to change up a gear.

Summary

When you drive you need to be in full control of your car.  You do this by being fully aware of everything that you’re doing. Never ever let your mind wonder off to think about things which have nothing to do with driving. 

And this means constantly looking ahead to spot hazards so that you can check your mirrors.

When you’ve checked your mirrors, you need to check your position on the road.  Some times this could be the distance away from the hazard.

Then you need to ease off your gas to plan how you’re going to pass a hazard.

And to do this you might need to think about the gear you’re in, just in case you need to change it to match your new speed.

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Hope this helps

Amir

I am Your Instructor 

07739 914005

www.iamyourinstructor.co.uk


We are a driving school in East London, offering: 

Driving Lessons In Ilford, Driving Lessons in Chigwell, Driving Lessons in Woodford and Driving Lessons in Walthamstow.

We pride ourselves for teaching students from beginner to test standard in 8 weeks or less.  And we achieve this by doing only two 2.0hr lessons per week. 

If you already have some driving experience you could be ready in just a few weeks.  And we find and book you an early test.

We also allow you to try us for one lessons at a reduced rate.  And we give a full refund if you don’t like the lesson.