Whether you're a learner driver, a supervising driver or an experienced driver, the following pages will guide you through essential driving techniques, including manoeuvring and defensive driving.
The advice is intended to supplement guidance from a driving instructor or refresh the skills perhaps forgotten which will help you to stay safe on our roads.
This makes use of the vehicle's manoeuvrability in reverse gear to park in a restricted space.
When driving day to day we will tend to notice an array of signals from road users that may not be particularly correct, generally because drivers are unaware of what they should be doing.
A Turn in the Road is more fondly known as a 'three point turn' by more experienced drivers.
Very simply, roundabouts allow traffic from different roads to merge or cross as any junction, but without necessarily stopping.
Overtaking a moving vehicle is arguably the most dangerous manoeuvre with the greatest potential risk.
Moving Off is a very simple procedure that we as drivers will have to do on numerous occasions within every journey.
There are basic legal requirements that need to be adhered before driving, the ability to read a number plate 20.
We tend to know the more common emergency services, police, fire and ambulance but others such as coast guard, bomb disposal and blood transfusion services also use blue lights.
Fuel prices are continually rising due to government hikes in fuel duty or increases in the price of crude oil.
An emergency stop is not something you should have to do on a regular basis when driving.
Clutch control or holding the clutch pedal partially engaged (down) may be necessary when manoeuvring at slow speed and good clutch control only comes with practice.
In a car park, do you reverse into a parking space and drive out? Reversing into the space provides you with several advantages.
A junction is a point where two or more roads meet and vary greatly in layout, view and complexity.