A positive attitude and a willingness to learn aren’t the only things that you need for your driving lessons. Instead, there are several must-have physical items that will really put you in the fast lane for success. Whether you’re yet to step into a car or whether you’ve already been behind the wheel a few times, here are three things you could benefit from having with you on all your driving lessons.
It’s perfectly fine to be excited about the prospect of getting behind the wheel and driving on the open road. But this doesn’t mean that you can just jump in a car and expect that your driving lessons will go smoothly. Instead, success is usually down to listening to your instructor, concentrating on the road – and almost equally important – can be determined by what you wear. After all, some clothing will certainly help steer you towards your driving licence must faster than others. With this in mind, here’s what type of clothing you should be wearing for your driving lessons in Croydon.
It’s now common knowledge that the driving test is changing. As of next month, learners will face the prospect of following the directions on a sat nav if they are to earn their licence. This, understandably, is a daunting task for many people. However, there’s no need for it to be a deal breaker when it comes to you passing your practical test. With this in mind, here are four tricks to help you master the sat nav.
Whether you’re 17 or 77 when you pass your test, getting your driving licence is a real milestone and having that piece of paper in your hand can be absolutely priceless. So how can you measure just how valuable your driving licence is? Let’s look at the evidence. Continue reading
The driving test; dreaded by almost every learner driver from the moment they begin their lessons right up until the day they hear that amazing news – you’ve passed! While the nerves are understandable, and in some way unavoidable, there are some things you need to know that will hopefully calm some of those smaller worries. Sweating over the little things make the whole experience seem scarier than it is, so take a look at these three things you need to know before taking your test. Continue reading
One of the first decisions you have to make when deciding to learn to drive is whether to learn in a manual or an automatic car. Here are some considerations to think about to help you decide. Continue reading
It’s not exactly uncommon for the DVSA (Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency) to update the procedure used for examining new drivers in the UK. As such, coming this December, you can expect some further changes designed to test your abilities behind the wheel. Continue reading
Learning to drive marks an exciting moment in anyone’s life and many teenagers countdown to their 17th birthdays for that exact reason. Whether you’re learning as a teen or as an adult, one major thing you may have considered is how you’ll fit your lessons around your busy life, especially if you go to school or work. Continue reading
Let us begin by offering you a huge congratulations: you’ve passed your test! This incredible achievement always comes with a much deserved sense of pride and excitement, however it can also be quite nerve wracking. For many new drivers the thought of suddenly being all on their own behind the wheel can be extremely daunting, but it need not be. Continue reading
It is incredibly common for many new drivers to quickly develop fears of driving on a motorway, or similar dual carriageway roads. This is expected as motorways are where you are expected to drive the quickest, where there can be sudden large changes in driving speeds and where we see many accidents plastered over television or radio shows. But in fact, motorway driving is in so many ways the easiest and safest method of getting around. So to help you out, here are three tips on overcoming your fear of motorway driving. Continue reading