Perfect conditions to learn to drive

Monday 25th July, 2011 at 20:07 COMMENTS (0)

The ideal time to learn to drive is very simply when funds are available and the student can focus on the task. 

Exams are over and school's out so now is the ideal time for youngsters to make use of their provisional licence and start learning to drive. 

With free time on their hands, prospective young drivers can take advantage of emptier roads, with fewer commuters and an absence of harassed school-run drivers - the perfect conditions for a beginner. 

During the summer holiday months it gets dark later so students have the opportunity to do later driving lessons or if they're doing a job could fit at least 2 lessons a week in and learn before the weather changes or return to uni.


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