Peep & Creep

Peep and Creep

The meaning of Peep and creep:

The phrase ‘Peep and Creep’ is often used when emphasising how you should emerge out of a blind T Junction.

Many drivers are guilty of coming out of a blind junction too fast and not being 100% sure about what is up and down the road before emerging. So when you hear your instructor say “Peep and Creep‘ he or she means – Use very slow clutch control to creep out slowly to improve your view and keep looking both ways for updates on oncoming vehicles.

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