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For years the Think! Road Safety organisation has tackled the issue of drink driving through a variety of mediums including printed posters, radio clips and television advertisements. This collection of posters and adverts from the Think! Road Safety website shows the range of techniques used to put the message across over the last 8 years.
There is a mass of information that you need to know when learning to drive, knowing where to find this information is a great help! Here we have a small collection of the most important links that provide knowledge and information on the most commonly asked questions, including licensing and test bookings.
Learning and revising the Show Me Tell Me questions is an important aspect of your driving test. However it can be a little difficult to remember which engine components relate to each question! Use this diagram of the Citroen C2 engine bay as a summary to help memorise where each of your checks should be taking place.
A thorough knowledge and plenty of practise are key to being well prepared for your driving theory test. Thankfully there are a number of FREE online resources available to test yourself, here we have a roundup of 5 of the best online resouces for mock theory test questions. By aiming to answer all of the questions correctly and within the given time you will soon be on your way to achieving your first pass!
Laura Waltho, the driving instructor behind Revolution Driving Tuition was recently asked a few questions about her life as a Sheffield driving instructor, her services offered and what advice she would offer to people looking to learn to drive. Read on the see her responses.
The vehicle safety questions known as “Show Me / Tell Me” that were originally introduced in September 2003 as part of the practical driving test have now been revised as of July 1st 2008 with the addition of new questions covering a wider range of topics.
Tanker drivers on behalf of Shell have began a four day strike after declining a pay rise offer from employers Hoyer UK and Suckling Transport, resulting in reports of potential fuel shortages which have induced panic buying by the public.
Testing the tyre pressures is one of the most important maintenance checks to your car, one that should be performed on a regular basis. The tyres hold the car on the road, and if not inflated correctly can drastically affect the handling and steering of the car, increase fuel consumption and cause uneven tyre wear.
There are many additional tasks and experiences that come along with learning to drive, such tasks include car maintenance. The most common job when it comes to maintaining your car is refueling at the petrol station, despite being a simple task that can be done on a daily basis it is quite often pretty daunting for new drivers with no previous experience. Read on to familiarize yourself with the refueling process and breeze through your first petrol station run!
As of November 2002 onwards the theory test is now made up of two tests in one, the traditional multiple choice theory test and the newer hazard perception test. You can take your theory test at any point once you have received your provisional drivers licence, as discussed in a previous post; 5 Steps to Passing Your Driving Test Quicker, it is advised to take your theory test as soon as possible in order to have a better understanding of road procedures and to more importantly save you time in your overall learning process.