It’s Time for Learner Drivers to Expand Their Experience

There are many things that you must learn and experience in order to be able to pass your practical driving examination. From December 2017, the driving test was changed in order to make sure that new drivers have the up-to-date skills they need to help them in safe driving.

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The Top Reasons for Failing the UK Driving Test

It is of vital importance that learner drivers can drive safely. They need the skills to drive on all types of roads before taking a driving test. Learner drivers need to prepare for a lifetime of safe driving, not learn just enough to pass a driving test.

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One Year of Motorway Driving for Learners

There have been many changes introduced to the driving test over the years in order to help learner drivers experience a range of real driving experiences and improve their confidence.

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What’s a Roundabout? Shocking Lack of Road Knowledge Displayed by UK Drivers

A survey conducted by the UK’s largest independent road safety charity, IAM RoadSmart, found that many drivers have a real lack of awareness of the rules of the road, putting themselves and others in danger.

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Driving Test Changes Dec 2017

In Dec 2017 there will be changes made in the way the UK driving test is carried out. The changes have been designed to ensure that learner drivers pass their driving test well equipped to have a lifetime of safe driving. All driving tests after the 4th Dec will follow this procedure even if you are […]

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Get Ready For Changes to UK Driving Test in Dec 2017

In Dec 2017 there will be four main changes to the UK Driving Test: 1. The independent driving part of the test will increase from 10 to 20 mins 2. Following Directions from a Sat Nav Only an Examiner provided Sat Nav can be used They will set up the Sat Nav and route You’ll be […]

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NASP Report December 2016

Many of you will know that the National Assoc Strategic Partnership (NASP) is made up of the DVSA and industry bodies and that it meets regularly to look at various aspects of the driving instruction industry and road safety matters. On the 7th of December NASP met and various topics were discussed, • Examiner Recruitment […]

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Does Driving Make You Appy?

No it’s not a typo –  I genuinely mean it. Does driving make you Appy? I have to admit that I love watching TV and going to the Movies but don’t always appreciate adverts. Yet when I saw this particular one for Take the Aviva Drive Challenge – relating to a possible reduction in car insurance. If you pay […]

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Changes to the UK Driving Licence : No More Counterpart

From yesterday, Monday 8th June 2015, the paper counterpart of the UK driving licence will no longer be issued by the DVLA. Here’s what you need to know about the changes. The paper counterpart of the UK driving licence has been used to display information about driving licences that is not included in the photocard, […]

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Should “Graduated Driving Licences” Be Introduced to the UK?

According to research published by the British Medical Journal, almost 9000 injuries could have been avoided in the last two years had young drivers been restricted when they first passed their driving test. Campaigners would like to see a series of “graduated driving licences” which could include restrictions on the age of passengers that newly […]

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