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Safe Driving, Students Pages Training Notes to help people wanting to lean to drive
Get a copy of the Highway Code and Know your Traffic Signs for Free [metaslider id="5345"] CLICK ON READ MORE TO REGISTER FOR YOUR FREE MONTHLY BLOG The Blog aims to cover many topics promoting Road Safety and Safe Driving as a Life Skill. Also, if any issues might crop up such as changes to the driving test or any other changes in the Law that might come. Currently, the blogs are being written from the viewpoint of a diary of Fictional Lessons given by a driving instructor I have created the Safe Driving Blog Site to share as much information as possible. To help raise the idea of Road Safety Awareness for Life. My Blog Site aims to cover as many topics promoting Road Safety and Safe Driving as a…
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Driving on the Road for the first time then turning left

Driving on the Road for the first time then turning left

A Driving Instructor's Diary, Students Pages Training Notes to help people wanting to lean to drive
A Fictitious Blog Diary of a Driving Instructor We discuss and train Driving on the Road for the first time then turning left In this lesson, I meet Monika she has not driven before and has only had I lesson with me. The lesson covered a controls lesson and a basic Moving Off and Stopping. Good afternoon Monika How are you? have you had a good week? I've been well thank you. Do you remember what we were doing last week? Did you do any homework by looking at the website? I had a look when I got home but have not had time since then to busy at work. Never mind perhaps you will have more time next week. I want to look again at the moving off and stopping that we…
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Introduction to Clutch Control, parking and starting on a Hill

Introduction to Clutch Control, parking and starting on a Hill

A Driving Instructor's Diary, Students Pages Training Notes to help people wanting to lean to drive
Introduction - Today is a Monday my first driving lesson with John. Part 2 of my first lesson - dealing with his Clutch Control A Fictitious Blog Diary of a Driving Instructor We discuss  Clutch Control So, John shows me what he does and the car stalls. I see John start the car put the clutch to the floor and engage 1st gear. (that is correct) now he brings the clutch up and gently applies the gas and the car stalls (not Good) Now I see some good and bad things about what you were doing plus there were some things you did not do. Right then the good and the bad – you put down your clutch and engaged first gear. That is good. Then you brought the clutch up…
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First Driving Lesson Cockpit Drill Hand and Foot Controls

First Driving Lesson Cockpit Drill Hand and Foot Controls

A Driving Instructor's Diary, Safe Driving
Introduction - Today is a Monday my first driving lesson with John. He has told me he has never driven before and is unsure as to how to start A Fictitious Blog Diary of a Driving Instructor I Meet John for his First Driving Lesson I turned up 5 minutes early having previously checked where John lived for his first driving lesson. Just after I have pulled up John is coming down his driver all very excited. I’m not going to have to text or knock on his door. Hi John, I am Tony of 12drive driving school I am going to be your driving instructor l know you have taught a couple of my friends already Great you have some idea of what we are going to do then…
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How to maintain appropriate speed, position and control when driving a vehicle

Students Pages Training Notes to help people wanting to lean to drive
Know how to maintain appropriate speed, position and control when driving the vehicle. Now when appropriate speed, position and control when driving a vehicle. You can describe the effects the environment and weather have on the: road traffic condition speed and position. Different weather conditions will affect the amount of drip that your car has to the road surface. When driving in the rain, your stopping distance will double of what you normally need at a certain speed. When driving on the snow, your stopping distance will increase up to ten times. So if the weather conditions aren’t ideal, you must take the extra distance between you and the following car. The different weather conditions may cause people to be more cautious while driving in town. In some extreme weather…
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