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Avoid a Common Mistake on Driving Tests


 Avoid a Common Mistake on Driving Tests

 

Avoid a common mistake on driving tests

Judging the pace to drive at can be difficult when on your driving test. During your driving lessons your driving instructor will help you with this. However, it’s not uncommon for people to suddenly drive way too slow on their driving test which will result in failure. Your driving test examiner is looking for you to make “reasonable progress”. It’s unlikely on a natonal speed limit country road you will need to get to 60mph but driving slowly when it’s perfectly safe to go quicker is not a good idea.
 
Work on the correct pace during your driving lessons and you will pass your driving test first time.
 
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Common mistakes on driving tests

Melton Mowbray Driving Lessons


 

Melton Mowbray Driving Lessons

Melton Mowbray Driving Lessons

Well done to Tornee Ayriss from Oakham on passing her practical driving test. Tornee has an odd sense of humour and has always been great fun to work with during her driving lessons. She has become a very good driver and already has a car which is a Ford fiesta which she has called Fiffi! If you know Tornee you might want to have a quiet word with her.
Well done from your driving instructor Dave and Lytes Driving School.

 

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MOT Tips


 

MOT TIPS

MOT TIPS
 
So, you have passed your driving test, congratulations. Although, you no longer have to pay for driving lessons you now have the pleasure of funding a car instead and the bad news is it’s not free.
When a car is 3 years old, and every year after, it has to have an MOT test.
If your car passes happy days. However, if it fails you have to have it repaired (Boo) at your expense.
Your car is tested for safety and roadworthyness (if that’s a word), the test takes about an hour.
The test officially costs about £60 but many test centres charge less, so shop around.
You can take your car in 1 month before it’s due date. Before you take your car check the lights, horn, wipers, tyres and setbelts.
 
Or, if you are rich get your Chauffeur to take it for you.
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Driving in Fog


 

Driving in Fog

Driving in Fog

When driving in fog visibility is dramatically reduced. Always use your dipped headlights.
The Highway Code states you should use fog lights when visibility is seriously reduced, generally below 100 metres.
Be careful if your car is equipped with automatic headlights. In daytime fog it is not usually dark enough to trigger the auto lights.
Make use of your Sat Nav to show upcoming bends.
Travel at a speed that you can stop the car in the distance you can see to be clear.
At junctions open your window, you may hear cars before you see them.
Turn your foglights off when conditions improve.
It’s not much fun sitting in traffic getting a faceful of fog lights.
If you look in your mirror when stationary in town and think “the man behind has a really red face” then turn your fog lights off!
 
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