A huge congratulations 🎉🎊🥇to 'Sophie' for passing her driving test 🚗 on 28th July. She was over the moon with excitement. Such an amazing feeling to have achieved your goals. No more taxis to work, no more lifts from Mum, no more public transport- the freedom is all yours. I am very proud of you Sophie, you have been a delight to teach. I wish you all the best, safe driving - your instructor Simon @ 4front Driving School #Loughborough
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MSPSL DRIVING ROUTINE MSPSL routine is an abbreviation of Mirror, Signal, Position, Speed, Look. At 4front Driving School we encourage our students to use this process to become safe and competent drivers. MSPSL is an extension of the old school familiar process MSM (Mirror, Signal, Manoeuvre). You are expected to follow this process throughout your driving test and beyond. During the process of learning to drive, the MSPSL routine will have been explained to you from day one
The Emergency Stop As part of your practical driving test you may be asked to complete an Emergency Stop. This is not a manoeuvre, it is an additional task and you have a one in 3 chances of getting it in your test. At 4front Driving School we describe a situation to our students that delivers a senario. Imagine a child had stepped out in-front of your moving vehicle. You would need to react almost instantly to avoid harming the child, bringing the vehicle to an abrupt but s
Look out for the car pulling out and turning right. He can’t see around the parked cars. How would you react? When did you see the situation develop? This was filmed on dash cam and is designed for students to realise that situations can change at any moment and therefore to be prepared to react and deal with situations effectively.Why not pause the video at the moment you see the situation and try and imagine how it may escalate. Some elements of the situation develop in a f
What might you find around the corner and how might you deal with the situation? This was filmed on dash cam and is designed for students to realise that situations can change at any moment and therefore to be prepared to react and deal with situations effectively.Why not pause the video at the moment you see the situation and try and imagine how it may escalate. Some elements of the situation develop in a fraction of a second so it is important be aware and react if necessar
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4front Driving School Driving Lessons in & around Loughborough Roundabouts A roundabout (also known as a traffic island) is a road circle joining three or more roads. Drivers follow a simple rule to avoid accidents. In the UK where we drive on the left: At the island you must give way to traffic coming from your right as they have priority. The driver goes round the island in a clockwise direction. Roundabouts aren’t just tricky for learner drivers, many experienced drivers w
The cockpit drill is a sequence of checks which you should carry out whenever you get into your vehicle, especially if someone else has previously driven the vehicle as you need to set it up for your own comfort, vision and safety. There are a number of tasks to perform to achieve the cockpit drill. Check Your Doors Are All Closed Check that all the doors of the car are closed by: Checking both your wing mirrors to see if the doors are flush with the frame of the car. Pull yo
Driving Tips For Success 1. Doing a bit of homework for yourself can really help. Your instructor may set you some tasks to do, things to reflect on or read up on. Try searching YouTube to get some information about the driving syllabus and what to expect on the day of the test. Many people have made blogs on their own experiences that may come in handy. Also the DVSA have published their own set of videos to support you. Some of the videos may relate to the lesson you have j
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Awareness and planning The behaviour of other drivers could jeopardise your test. You need to be aware of what everybody around you is doing. Your rear view mirror will help determin if a driver is coming up fast from behind, driving to close or atempting to overtake.
Avoid getting caught out with drivers undertaking you, keep to the left if the road is clear on the dual carriageway.
Look ahead and into roundabouts, what are the cars doing and how are they driving? Is there l
A good instructor will give you time and space to grow and develop with the skills you need to succeed. To achieve independence and work at your own pace. Who stands by you as a friend and mentor, who will support you and guide you to the point in which you are ready to take your test. The next bit is your first step to prove you can do it without the need for any guidance. Take control, responsibility and achieve your own goal. Freedom and opportunity is now at your fingerti
Tips to pass your driving test. You are the one taking the test so take control, say that you are going to correct your manoeuvre don’t ask. If music helps calm your nerves request to have the radio on or have your iPod connected ready to play quietly in the background. Be an instructor in your head, reflect back on everything you have learnt and tell yourself what you need to do when faced with directions or obstacles. Stay calm, focus and believe in yourself. Don’t let anyo
Tips for success and safe driving
(planning Ahead) It is important to be a safe driver who handles the vehicle sympathetically and economically. To be able to drive with courtesy and consideration. Here at 4front Driving School we aim to help you achieve this. To help you progress to this level look and plan well ahead, anticipating what may happen and compensate for the mistakes of others. Try and explain why you made those decisions and talk to your instructor about it. Yo