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3 More Things to Consider When Booking Your Driving LessonsPosted on Mar 09, 2020 by admin | Blog

In other articles, we’ve spoken about how there are a fair number of factors to consider when booking your first set of driving lessons, and that not stopping to consider those factors could result in your having a less than an optimal learning experience. In this article, we’ll be looking at a few more of […]

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Driving School Put 10-year-olds Behind the WheelPosted on Mar 04, 2020 by admin | Blog

It’s an unfortunate fact that newly qualified drivers are far more likely to crash than those with more experience. In fact, despite only accounting for 7 percent of the drivers on the road, newly qualified drivers account for more than 30 percent of those who are killed in vehicle accidents every year. A UK based […]

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What Are the Worst Cities to Drive In?Posted on Feb 24, 2020 by admin | Blog

Every year, just before July 4th, which is widely regarded as the deadliest day on U.S. roads,  Allstate Insurance releases its “America’s Best Drivers Report.” If you come from Brownsville, Texas, you’ll be happy to know that they won the 2019 best drivers award for the second year in a row.   However, if there […]

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5 Questions You Should Ask Your New Driving InstructorPosted on Feb 17, 2020 by admin | Blog

The best way to learn from someone is to have a productive relationship with them and the best relationships are based on good communication. To make sure you and your driving instructor are on the same page, here are five questions you should ask your new driving instructor before your first lesson. What Is Covered […]

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Which Gender Is the Better Driver?Posted on Feb 14, 2020 by admin | Blog

Who drives better, men or women, is an age-old and almost entirely unhelpful question. And yet, people hold surprisingly strong opinions about it. A 2019 survey of drivers found that 74% of respondents felt men and women were completely equal as drivers, with only 7% saying that they felt women were better at driving. However, […]

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By comparison to regular driving lessons, which are normally spread out over the course of five to twelve months an intensive driving course can pack all you need to know into about a week. Where the average driving session lasts about one to two hours, an intensive driving course might last 6-8 hours, taking up […]

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Preparing to Drive at NightPosted on Jan 27, 2020 by admin | Blog

One of the most stressful things a new driver can do is take their first drive at night. This is especially true if you have only just passed your test as the chances are that your initial experience with an instructor will have been during the day when circumstances were less challenging.  The primary issue […]

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Dealing With Hazards for New DriversPosted on Jan 20, 2020 by admin | Blog

Part of becoming a new driver is learning how to deal with the common hazards of the road. Be it vehicles, pedestrians, cyclist or other distractions, you will need to know how to deal with sudden and dangerous situations. In this article, we will be discussing awareness and what principles you can keep in mind […]

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Is it Harder to Learn to Drive Later in Life?Posted on Jan 13, 2020 by admin | Blog

The vast majority of people learn to drive when they are 17 or 18 and the step of learning to drive is a formative part of growing up. However, around 18% of people wait until later in life to start learning to a driver, normally in their 30s or 40s. In this article, we’ll be […]

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The Dutch Reach: What Is it and Why Should You Be Using It?Posted on Jan 07, 2020 by admin | Blog

More and more people in the US are looking for a more environmentally friendly option for short journeys and, unsurprisingly, sales of bicycles have skyrocketed over the last five years. Around 863,979 people now primarily commute via bike. Unfortunately, there has also been a connected increase in cyclist deaths, with federal data indicating that the […]

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