Learning to Drive

 
       
   

The process of learning to drive has become an expected part of growing up and many teenagers receive driving lessons for their seventeenth birthday.

This is not surprising when you consider the mobility, independence and convenience that holding a driving licence and owning a vehicle can provide.

An important part of learning to drive is finding the right instructor. It is vital that you and your teacher are well suited in order for you both to feel calm and confident so that you can make as much progress as possible. Many choose to use a reputable driving school such as the AA, others use freelance instructors, and some learn with family and friends.

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Although learning to drive with family can sometimes save time and money some find it a more stressful experience, partly due to the lack of dual controls in a private vehicle.

When you reach the legal driving age and receive your provisional drivers licence, you will be ready to start.

Learning to drive can be an exciting experience, in particular your first lesson. You will meet your instructor for the first time and will become familiarised with the basic controls. From then on, each time you get in the car you will face new challenges as you work towards taking your practical test.

When you have sat and passed your theory and practical tests you will receive that long awaited driving licence. Many people choose to continue to take lessons in more advanced driving, for example, night time driving and motorways. This is a great way to improve you skills and can sometimes save you money on your car insurance in the future.

An important part of learning to drive isfinding the right instructor. It is vital that you and your teacher are well suited in order for you both to feel calm and confident so that you can make as much progress as possible. Many choose to use a reputable driving school such as the AA, others use freelance instructors, and some learn with family and friends.

Staying safe on the road is key to learning to drive. However even with the most care accidents can happen.
If you are unfortunate enough to be involved in an accident its important to get advice on this. There are various
resources online dedicated to An important part of learning to drive isfinding the right instructor. It is vital that you and your teacher are well suited in order for you both to feel calm and confident so that you can make as much progress as possible. Many choose to use a reputable driving school such as the AA, others use freelance instructors, and some learn with family and friends. Staying safe on the road is key to learning to drive. However even with the most care accidents can happen. If you are unfortunate enough to be involved in an accident its important to get advice on this. There are various resources online dedicated to car accident claims.

When you decide to take the plunge and buy your own vehicle you may find our Car Buying Guide helpful and information on arranging breakdown cover and also look out for learner driver insurance and read our tips on how to maintain a car on a budget.

 








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