Learn to Drive
Reaching the age of 17 in the UK is a milestone for many because it is their opportunity to learn to drive. This is especially important for youngsters living in the countryside or in rural communities.
In cities and large towns, driving isn’t as critical as a means of getting around, but for many in more rural locations, passing your driving test is an important milestone that many are very keen to successfully pass.
Learning to drive requires learning a set of skills, not only to be able to control a car safely, but to demonstrate to your examiner that you are safe to be allowed onto Britains roads without supervision.
There are two parts to passing your test; first the theory test which requires you to have a thorough understanding of the highway code, laws and legislation. The second part is the practical driving test.
A professional driving instructor will be able to teach you all the skills that you need to pass your driving test and to be a safe, competent driver. It can be tempting to save money by asking a friend or family member to sit with you while you practice driving on the roads. This is a plan of course, but, unless you learn the correct way to drive first so that you can demonstrate to your examiner that you are safe to pass your test.
Once you know how to drive properly and in a way that will let you pass when your test comes round, then and only then should you get more practice with a less experienced teacher beside you.
Driving skills change over time and so it is important to learn from someone highly skilled in getting learners through their driving tests successfully.
Some larger driving schools such as national driving instructors Bennetts Driving School have highly skilled professional instructors across the UK and will have one near you.
Learn to drive with the best and pass faster with professional tuition.