Getting to grips with manually changing gears can be quite stressful for learner drivers, so some people opt to learn in an automatic transmission car. With no clutch to worry about or gears to change, you can focus on getting the basic manoeuvres right and then, when you feel confident, you can move on to […]
Taking driving lessons in a manual car does not suit everyone. It can be difficult to master the clutch and the gear transmissions, and this can result in a lot of stalling. All that concentration on the gears and clutch can make the learner driver tense and anxious, and this doesn’t help at all with […]
New drivers automatically lose their licenses if they collect six points in their first two years of driving and have to retake their driving test.
As a result, it often takes people with dyslexia longer to learn how to drive and more attempts to pass their practical test.
A Standards Check Test ensures Approved Driving Instructors (ADIs) are still on top form to do the job they’re trained for. It’s mandatory to take the test at least once every four years. You don’t need much to do the test. Just bring along your ADI certificate, a car that is fit for the purpose, and a willing pupil. […]
When you finally get the opportunity to tear off those L-plates after passing your driving test, it seems the world is suddenly yours to explore.
With just over 43,000 Approved Driving Instructors on the Approved Driving Instructors (ADI) register those looking for driving instruction have a wide range of instructors and schools to select from.
We reveal the inside track from your initial call to becoming a qualified driving instructor, in just four easy steps:
Here’s a more recent example. An increasing number of vehicles are being fitted with an Advanced Emergency Braking System (AEB). This uses sensors to monitor your proximity to the vehicle ahead of you.
The approved driving instructor ADI Standards Check has been put into place to assess a driving instructor on their ability to teach pupils.