This routine is used when moving off from the side of the road. Drivers should prepare the car first, then observe and finally move. The importance of this routine is to have a guideline/routine of the order of things to do to move off safely and to help the student...
After preparing the car, the observations can now be done. Covering all the observational points we use the six point check. The six point check is left blind spot, left door mirror, centre mirror, look at the road ahead, right door mirror, and right blind spot. The...
Once you have prepared the car and have completed the observations and considered the signal it is time for the move part of the routine. Release the handbrake, apply more revs if needed as the revs will have dropped slightly when finding the bite and bring the clutch...
For many years the bog standard 1 hour lesson was the normal driving lesson time length, but was this always the correct length and is it correct for today’s driving lesson? 23 years ago when I had my driving lessons you got mostly the 1 hour lesson and for most it...
The 12 o clock rule refers to an idea of what you would do on the approach to roundabouts. It really is a guideline more than a rule but it gives the driver a rough rule to use on approaching roundabouts. If you are approaching a roundabout and the turning left and...
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