When it comes to learning to drive there are some that take to it like a duck to water. While there are others who struggle all the way. Continue reading “Tips To Help You With Your Driving Lesson”
The time spent learning to drive is an investment that will last you the rest of your life, the skills you learn will make you a good driver and keep you safe for years to come. It is not just the practical side of driving the car you need to master, the theory side is just as important and an essential part of the test. Continue reading “Common Questions Asked on a Driving Lesson”
During a driving test, it is common to make mistakes. This is because the period that you take your driving is normally short to allow you remember everything that you have been taught during your driving course. You will need a substantial amount of practice and experience for you to stop making these mistakes. The five major ones are as follows: Continue reading “The Top 5 Mistakes Made on a Driving Test & How to Avoid Them”
New clampdown on drivers who insist on phoning without a hands-free kit whilst driving
From the 01 March 2017, the Department for Transport will introduce stiffer penalties for anyone caught phoning whilst driving, without a hands-free kit. Before then, the penalty for using a mobile phone without a hands-free kit was three penalty points and a £100 fine. From the 01 March, that will be doubled to six penalty points and a £200 fine. Continue reading “The Cost of Phoning and Driving? £200”
Pass Plus option to be added to standard driving lessons for all learner drivers
The United Kingdom has 2,173 miles of motorway. At present, none of them are open to learner drivers. After passing their driving test, motorway driving is covered as part of the Pass Plus scheme. From 2018, subject to a consultation, this could change.