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Why a driving instructor can be better than a family member when learning to drive

Learning to drive is an exciting time in any young person's life, but it can also be stressful. Almost everyone makes mistakes when they get behind the wheel of a car for the first time. For this reason, you need to have someone calm and collected sitting in the passenger seat. While family members are often very keen to help their young relatives learn to drive, they might not actually be the best people for the job.

Winter is without doubt, the most testing season of the year for new and learner drivers to stay safe whilst on the roads.The number of breakdown call outs and accidents more than doubles in the winter months due to the challenging conditions when snow and...

1. Don’t rush Once you start learning to drive, you’ll probably want to do your test and get licensed as quickly as possible. However, it’s important to give yourself enough time to prepare and not to rush into the test before you’re ready.2. Take a Mock...

Parallel parking is definitely a challenge for first time drivers, with reports that up to 16% of learner drivers feel unconfident with this manoeuvre.Follow these three top tips for added confidence when attempting to park this way for the first time.When you are a learner...

1. Choose the time and place carefully To reduce nerves before your driving test, make sure that the environment suits you.First, research your test centre, including asking friends for advice.If someone you know has failed or had a bad experience at a centre, it will only...

Here's our top 5 Driving Test Tips that we hope you find useful. 1. Don’t Rush Once you start learning to drive, you’ll probably want to do your test and get licensed as quickly as possible. However, it’s important to give yourself enough time to prepare and...

How to save money on with driving lessons with wimbledondrivingschool.comThere are a number of steps you can take to minimise the costs of learning to drive in London, and Wimbledon are here to help you pass at minimum expenditure:1. Take informal lessons with a friend or relative. Taking the initial baby steps; the likes of mastering clutch control and changing gears (in a manual car) can quite easily be done in the presence of a friend or family member in a quiet car park or isolated area, without the need to shell out money with each hour that passes.
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