With more and more traffic on the roads, and it seeming that driving standards are dropping, then the use of your mirrors whilst driving not only increases the chance of you passing your driving test, but also decreases the chance of you hitting someone or something once you’ve passed! Which Mirrors As a general rule […]
This weekend especially I’ve had the privilege of having 3 vehicles cut across lanes before fulling getting past me. If it want for me taking action and slowing down — as well as furiously using my horn!! There would have been a major collision.
The only problem, with trying to limit the speed on cars, is that the GPS, the global positioning system, (the satellite tracking you) needs to be accurate. As a driving school, we have 2 Toyota’s that automatically show the speed limit on the dashboard
The amount of times these are wrong – is scary!
A driving instructor who sits there and constantly moans about other instructors is not worth bothering with. Avoid any that say you need to prepay or block book lessons – if you want to pay per lesson that’s your choice!!
The DVSA recommend having around 65 hours of driving lessons to get to test standard. Most of our pupils get to driving test standard between 25-45 hours, however although those hours are a rough guide the truth of the matter is this…. The driving test is a practical test – it is a test of […]
Listen to your driving instructor Your driving instructor is well aware of the problems that you face as you learn to drive. This is why they will talk you through all the steps that you need to successfully pass your driving test. All you need to do is FOLLOW the instructions – for example – […]
Why pulling up on the right is real-life driving We know it’s not always suitable – and it’s not the default I want to be absolutely clear that we’re not recommending that drivers should always pull up on the right. As you know, best practice in driving lessons is to pull up on the left. […]
Learning to drive The first thing you need to do, as you consider driving lessons is to get your provisional driving licence sorted. To apply for a driving licence you have to be at least 16 years and 9 months old to apply for a provisional licence to drive a car. If you want to […]
In this series of articles we are going to answer some of the most common questions that a driving school or driving instructor can be asked How do i know that my instructor is any good? How do I know if my Instructor is not just after my money? How do I know if I […]
Using mobile phones when driving It’s illegal to use your phone while driving or riding a motorcycle unless you have hands-free access, such as: a bluetooth headset voice command a dashboard holder The law still applies to you if you’re: stopped at traffic lights queuing in traffic supervising a learner driver Hands-free If you use […]