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A great way of increasing your independence as a young adult is by learning to drive and then passing your test. It opens up opportunities you may not have been able to pursue before, as well as allowing you to rely on yourself and to travel under your own steam. Continue reading
According to the Department of Transport in the year ending June 2012, 1790 people were killed in road accidents, and the number of seriously injured rose to 24, 8790; this was the first time since 2003 that road traffic statistics have increased. Despite British roads becoming safer place accidents happened to motorists both experienced and new Continue reading
Today’s fuel prices are a good indicator of our need to reduce fuel consumption, and of course the ever present problem of global warming is a great driving factor that we all can’t ignore. I’m sure were all sick and tired of being told to clean up our act at home by using less energy, not wasting food, recycling more, it can be tiresome, driving is no different.
Take extra care on country roads and reduce your speed at approaches to bends, which can be sharper than they appear, and at junctions and turnings, which may be partially hidden.
Your Blue School of Motoring Driving Instructor will train you in Commentary driving this is a method for advanced driving which has been shown to improve safety, road handling and smooth control Continue reading
A safer start for young drivers – ABI(Association of British Insurers) calls for an overhaul in how young people learn to drive
Radical measures, such as a minimum one year learning period, restrictions on night time driving and lowering the alcohol limit for driving, are now needed to reduce the high crash risk young drivers face and to lower their motor insurance costs according to a report published today (4 October) by ABI.
The annual number of people killed in road accidents reported to the police has increased, by 3%, from 1,850 in 2010 to 1,901 in 2011. This is the first increase since 2003.
Driving tests could soon be available from branches of Halfords under plans announced today (10 July) by Road Safety Minister Mike Penning.