So we’re advancing on with our concise list of “What Exactly Tends to Make Some Motorists Great?” As a driving instructor I am available for help to present you with the basic capabilities required to drive on the roads on your own. Understand that it requires quite a few years and many thousands of hours prior to considering yourself a good motorist.
If we mention knowledge we’ve been talking about the highway code. People taking lessons and those who passed their test within the past couple of years may have a very good understanding of the highway code. Most notably as the highway code is part within the theory test. Nevertheless consider those that have gained their driving license a very long time ago. Besides the fact that the highway code updates every once in a while but in addition can you remember all you learned many years ago? Do you own an existing version of the highway code? If you don’t have one go out and order one today.
So how little or how much of the Highway Code you could remember.
- What’s the difference between a circular sign and a triangular one?
- Which are the four colours used on the motorway studs and what do all the different colours mean?
- How should a motorist react should they see anything hazardous fall from a truck or indeed their own lorry?
- How must you re-join the motorway after your vehicle has broken down and eventually been repaired?
Try asking your instructor regarding every issue concerning the highway code. Lessons with an instructor are not simply about passing your driving test but also about your comprehension of the regulations of driving. So don’t be afraid to ask any questions regarding the rules of driving.
Peter Skelton provides a driving school in Newbury and the surrounding areas.