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Low Speed Manoeuvring Control

Clutch Control – use the clutch to control the speed of the car (uphill) Set the gas – clutch at the biting point to hold the car still Set the gas – clutch up a little past the biting point to move the car slowly Set the gas – clutch up more to increase speed Set the...

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Cockpit Drill & Controls

Cockpit Drill Door --------- properly shut - drivers responsibility Seat ---------- comfortable position, able to reach controls and clear view adjust seat base, height, rake, head restraint Steering ---- unobstructed movement - adjust height & reach Seatbelt ----...

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HAZARD GAME

Be observant while driving, call out: - • Hazards in the road ahead. • When there are many hazards, Prioritize hazards. • Call out the main hazards (the hazards that will affect you the most) A Hazard is an avoidable danger or risk. (anything that may cause you to...

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TRAFFIC SIGN GAME

Be observant while driving, call out: - • every traffic signs. • all road markings. Play the traffic sign game to improve your awareness.

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SPEED LIMIT GAME

Be observant while driving, • Every time the speed limit changes – call out the speed limit – check your speed. • Every time you turn into a new road – call out the speed limit – check your speed. Play the speed limit game to improve your speed awareness.

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Driving test changes from December2017

The driving test in England, Scotland and Wales will change from Monday 4 December 2017. The changes are designed to make sure new drivers have the skills they’ll need to help them through a lifetime of safe driving. The 4 main changes to the test are: the independent...

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Rural roads

Hazards on rural roads • Sharp bends • Slippery road surface • Flooded roads • Pot holes • Debris in the road • High hedgerows • Narrow roads • Pedestrians in the road • Wild animals in the road • Farm animals in the road • Horses and riders in the road • Slow moving...

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Turning right safely

When turning right, give way to oncoming traffic. When you turn it’s your responsibility to make sure it’s safe. Safe means you can turn without causing any other road user to change speed or direction. If the car in front of you turns right, this does not mean it is...

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Book your theory test.

To book your theory test, use the link below:- https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/book-change-or-cancel-your-theory-test-appointment

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Driving etiquette.

• It is polite to wave, thanks to drivers for giving way • Wave to acknowledge the thanks. • Give way to oncoming traffic when the obstruction is your side of the road. • Give way to uphill traffic. • On single track roads pull in to a passing space on the left to...

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Rush hour driving

Stay safe in heavy traffic. When you are in a traffic queue the traffic may suddenly stop. Keep your eyes on the road. Keep a safe distance between you and the car in front. There may be traffic waiting to join the queue from a side road. If the traffic is crawling...

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