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Posted onJanuary 27th, 2017by drivingforce

Checks to Conduct Prior to Starting The Engine

So it’s time for your very first driving lesson. You’re probably feeling a few nerves, which is absolutely okay. Most people do when they first sit behind the wheel of the car and they tend to dissipate as the lesson goes on and you start to feel more comfortable. So now you’re behind the wheel […]

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Posted onJanuary 21st, 2017by drivingforce

Tips For Executing the Reverse Around a Corner

Of the three manoeuvres that you will be expected to be able to execute consistently by the time you are ready to take your test, the reverse around a corner offers the most unique challenge. It requires you to keep the car in line with the curb at all times, while also executing a turn […]

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Posted onJanuary 15th, 2017by drivingforce

The Benefits of Learning to Drive in a Manual Car

One of the key decisions that new learner drivers have to make when they decide to start driving lessons is whether they want to learn in a manual or automatic car. Both have their advantages, with automatics being easier to drive being the main reason why some choose them. However, there are plenty of benefits […]

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Posted onJanuary 6th, 2017by drivingforce

Tips For Driving Students Who Are Returning To Lessons

Not everybody who comes to the Driving Force looking for lessons is a first-time driver. In many cases, we work with people who have taken lessons before and then stopped them, for whatever reason. Perhaps money was tight, or they didn’t get along with their driving instructor. Whatever the case may be, returning to lessons […]

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