On narrow roads you must be doubly cautious when attempting to pass more vulnerable road users such as cyclists and horse riders.
It’s not uncommon for learner drivers to be apprehensive of turning right at junctions, especially if they are busy, and certainly the manoeuvre is potentially more challenging than turning left as you have two lanes of traffic to consider instead of one.
One of the things learners find most difficult during driver training is roundabouts. To help learner drivers feel more confident at roundabouts, driving instructors need to ensure their learner drivers understand how roundabouts work. They can vary in size, from large and busy to very small, so a better understanding of them will definitely help learner drivers.
Wimbledon Driving School
The Long Lodge
265 – 269 Kingston Road
London, SW19 3NW
Phone: 0800 511 8800