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Safe driving in bad weather

With the change in seasons throughout the year and the continued increase of motor vehicle traffic in the UK, it is likely that you will encounter bad weather when driving. In the winter months, a driver is at increased risk of visual impairment, such as heavy rain,...

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Choosing the Right First Car for a New Driver

Any seasoned driver will know that your first car is something you never forget. There are numerous factors that go into making the right choice, and while aspects such as purchase and insurance costs are, of course, important, it is also essential to look at...

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Why Should Teen Drivers Be More Cautious?

According to road safety charity Brake, drivers between the ages of 17 and 24 only make up 1.5% of UK licence holders. However, this age group is at higher risk of being involved in a vehicle crash or collision than older drivers. Why are teenagers still involved in...

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Who is responsible?

Who is really responsible? You or the person you pay? There is a good argument to suggest that if you are getting paid to do a job, don't expect the person paying to contribute. Now that may be true if you want your computer fixing or the windows in your house...

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Good driving versus GCSEs

Taking GCSEs or BTEC 1/2/3 is a lot different to driving safely... Wasn't school great? All you had to do was listen, remember and repeat. You were not usually asked questions about situations you have not seen and you got to practice everything before your exams -...

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How to pass your test first time

How To Pass Your Driving Test At The First Attempt. As you will appreciate the automatic response from a driving instructor is to say, don’t worry about passing first time, just concentrate on being a safe driver. And despite the answer being correct it isn’t always...

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Setting lesson goals

In traditionally taught driving lessons, the instructor starts the session by setting the aims and objectives – the student remains passive; is told what they have to do and has no opportunity to take ownership of their learning, which they have paid for. The...

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