Category Archives: Advice

This category offers general advice for drivers at all levels with various circumstances from beginner to approach a test.

Driving Without An MOT – Is It Illegal?

If you’re putting off your MOT because the cost isn’t looking too appealing at the moment or you can’t bare to be without your car for a day, you may want to reconsider. Driving without an MOT can leave you with a £1,000 fine and run the risk of causing an accident, here’s why. Rules

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What To Do When You Fail A Test

Unfortunately, as much as everyone hates to come to terms with the thought of the possibility of failing in the lead up to their test, it is a concept that must be prepared for. In an ideal world, we’d all pass the first time and drive off into the sunset after a stress-free test eager

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How To Tackle Driving In City Traffic

The first thought that comes to mind when we hear driving in city traffic is standstill traffic surrounded by pedestrians with constant stop-start movements. For some drivers, this is their worst nightmare mainly due to the busyness of their surroundings and the heavy reliance on clutch control, but similar to any driving skill, it’s easy

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How To Pull Over For Emergency Vehicles

There are many different driving situations that unless you are directly faced with the task of reacting and managing the tricky scenario, there is no real way of practising the procedure to go through to ensure that both you and other road users remain safe. One of the most prominent examples is what to do

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Using A Sat Nav During Your Test

We’re all now aware of the new driving test changes that were introduced late last year. Many aspects of the traditional practical test were modernised and some factors, such as less used manoeuvres, were removed. One of the biggest and most talked about changes was the additional minutes added to the independent drive in which

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Sharing The Road With Cyclists

With exercise and keeping fit evergrowing in popularity, we are continuously being reminded of the importance of doing your part to contribute to a nation of healthy living. Many people look to cycling to keep in shape and ditch the car for shorter journies and opt for cycling instead. On average, nearly half of drivers

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Top Driving Do’s and Don’ts

While taking driving lessons, your driving is very much accompanied by another driver. Driving is a little less stressful because you know you have the reassurance of your trained driving instructor having dual controls just in case of emergencies. You know that if an issue arises, they can take control and resolve the problem. However,

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