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Learning to drive can be seriously expensive. Most hourly rates are priced at over £20, meaning multiple lessons can leave you severely out of pocket. Here are five top tips for saving cash as you earn that precious license. 1. Practise between lessons with a friend...

For some people, the thought of driving through city traffic is their worst nightmare.The standstill traffic, pedestrians and stop-start movements combined with the business of the surroundings and reliance on clutch control can be daunting to new drivers. However, as with all driving skills, it...

Driving Alone for the First Time Congratulations! You've finally passed your driving test!You've got the keys to your first car and you're ready to go. You tear up those 'L' plates, hop in, look in the passenger seat and it hits you - there's no...

One of the most important things to master as you begin learning to drive is to recognise and respect speed limits. Signs, everyday knowledge, and your own judgement can help you to control your speed. Do you know about minimum speed limits? Maximum speed limits are crucial,...

Congratulations! You have passed your test! Now, after those months of hard work and studying, it’s time to put what you know into practice.Driving alone for the first time can be nerve-wracking, and its likely that it will take some time for you to feel fully...