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...
Roundabouts were designed to keep the traffic flow going in more congested or busier areas, they are often in an area that is open and where the driver is able to see quite early if there are road users approaching and if the roundabout is busy or relatively clear. ...
There are six ways that we can communicate with other road users. These signals are essential for communications and for safety. Many of them are often underused or used in inappropriate situations. Flashing headlights so we all know that most drivers will use...
The clutch is quite often in driving overused. Drivers tend to put the clutch down very readily for any given reason but the clutch should only really be used in several circumstances, such as: Changing gear Stopping Manoeuvring the car at slow speeds (clutch...
When you are faced with a terrifying hill start which resembles the slant of Mount Everest, you may need to have a trick up your sleeve to help you, so therefore there is the handbrake trick. Of course on the slopes of mount Everest there isn’t a pile of cars behind...
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