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We have put together a collection of videos that highlight scenarios that we face every day on our roads, most are unexpected but need quick decision making and reactions from you the driver. How would you deal with the situation - what would you do?
It is designed to help you prepare for the unexpected.
It also helps you prepare for the hazard perception test which is the hardest part of the theory test. Hazard perception test evaluates how well you the learner driver is able to spot and react to a hazardous situation. Detecting a potential hazard early enough is an important skill that all drivers should have. Good hazard perception skills helps prevent road accidents and save lives.
Some of the video footage also highlights driver faults either by the learner or other drivers, can you spot the faults, driving faults or late reactions can result in test fails or potential accidents.
Do you want to feel calm on your driving test? What about feeling confident at busy roundabouts, or on hill starts with cars close behind you? Learn how to take control of your emotions using our unique techniques alongside your lessons.
We have recommend trying Driving Nerves Pro
You can get full access to the course by purchasing it online here.
A one-stop resource for all drivers and riders, from beginners to professional instructors. Helping you stay safe on Britain's roads.
Passing your driving test gives you independence and freedom. But according to DVSA many learner drivers take their test too early, leading to a failed test, disappointment, extra costs and delays to getting on the road. So here is your access to -Are you ready to pass?
You can practise with 3 clips for free. The clips
feature everyday road scenes
contain one 'developing hazard'.
You get points for spotting the developing hazards as soon as they start to happen.
A developing hazard is something that would cause you to take action, like changing speed or direction.
You can score up to 5 points for each developing hazard. You need to get 9 points or more in total to pass.
To get a high score, click or tap as soon as you see the hazard starting to develop.
You don't lose points if you click and get it wrong. However, you shouldn't click continuously or in a pattern (in the real test you will fail if you do this).
This is comprehensive guide for parents and partners to help them support their learner develop and improve their driving skills outside of lessons. Those who get extra regular practise are more likely to pass first time and become more confident drivers. These sessions don't have to be full on and could just be driving to the supermarket and practising parking
I would like to recommend two Facebook groups for Learner Drivers to support your learning, ask questions and share ideas.
Here is the first one.