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Driving Lessons Melton Mowbray


 

Driving Lessons Melton Mowbray

Driving Lessons Melton Mowbray

 

Driving School Melton Mowbray

Driving Lessons Melton Mowbray are pleased to have Another 1st Time Pass

Driving Lessons Melton Mowbray and Lytes Driving School would like to wish Congratulations to Leila mars from Melton Mowbray for driving superbly on her driving test to pass first time. Leila sat her driving test at Melton Mowbray Driving Test Centre and was calm and collected throughout. Leila has always concentrated during her driving lessons and has studied hard. Leila’s work will mean she needs to be able to drive so that’s another box ticked on her CV.
Now Leila is looking for a car and the world is her oyster.
Well done from your driving instructor Dave Howe and Lytes Driving School.


Driving Instructor Melton Mowbray


 

DRIVING INSTRUCTOR MELTON MOWBRAY

Driving Instructor Melton Mowbray

Passing your driving test is a fantastic experience. However, you need to be safe. Here’s a tip to stay safe on the roads after your driving lessons have finished and you are driving on your own.

Take a look at the photo and see if you can see the risk. If you look closely you will see this sign:

 

 

Driving School Melton Mowbray

 

The sign shows that the road we are on goes sharp left. However, it can be easy to miss the sign and continue ahead which means we are crossing the path of vehicles coming from the left of the photo. This could prove to be very dangerous. Make sure you practice looking for signs on your driving lessons and use them to plan ahead.

 


Driving Schools Melton Mowbray


 

Driving Schools Melton Mowbray

Driving Schools Melton Mowbray

 

Driving lessons Melton Mowbray

Driving Schools Melton Mowbray discuss Hidden dips and Dead Ground.

Where the road surface drops away so you can’t see all the tarmac in front of you is know as “Dead Ground” or “Hidden Dips”.
The risk is there is someone or something in the dip that you can’t see so you don’t know what you are driving into.
Don’t even consider overtaking until you can see all the road. Know what’s behind you in case you need to stop and adjust your speed as necessary. There are big risks associated with hidden dips, so, stay safe and be patient.

Forward planning and recognising risks are what makes us safe drivers.