On 4th December 2017, four huge new changes are coming into the practical driving test in the United Kingdom. One of the major changes is to the reversing manoeuvres that pupils are being tested on. From December, you will no longer be tested on the current reverse around a corner and turn in the road […]
If you’re taking your driving test after Monday 4th December 2017, you’ll need to know about several important changes being implemented by the government. These changes, outlined below, have been included so as to better represent what modern driving requires of road-users. More independent driving The independent driving element of the test will now last […]
How Should You Negotiate A Traffic Light Controlled Junction That Has An Advanced Stop Zones For Cyclists? Cyclists can be a confusing hazard on the road, especially so for new drivers. There are many myths about the rights of cyclists and the rules they must follow, so we aim to lay out the facts so […]
For many around the world, it remains a mystery why the British car market is dominated by cars with manual gearboxes. The majority of drivers in America, across Asia and Australia now drive an automatic. Their approach removes some of the complexity from driving with three pedals and a complicated shifting mechanism, the stress of […]
Despite nerves, there are many common reasons that people fail their driving test. If you’re preparing for a test soon, take note of these simple mistakes. Once you know them, it is easy to avoid them. 1. Use of mirrors Checking your mirrors is vital to being a safe driver. There are two main ways […]
Learning to drive can seem difficult at first; you may feel like you’re trying to do too many things at once as you attempt to master clutch control, work the gears, remember and abide by traffic signals and laws while simultaneously looking around and ahead.
When you arrive at the Morden Driving Test Centre, the examiner will introduce themselves, then ask to see your provisional driving licence and possibly your test booking details and Theory Test Pass Certificate.
There’s no avoiding it – if you plan to drive, you’ll need to be familiar with the 140-odd pages of the Highway Code. So, when you’re faced with the daunting task of trying to remember it, where do you start? Below are five simple tips to help get you going.