I provide beginner driving lessons, refresher courses and pass plus courses throughout Essex. I am DVSA registered and only instruct on a one-2-one basis.
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In light of the tragic recent deaths on the motorway involving a broken down car here is what the Highway Code says you should do in case of an breakdown. Please read. It could save your life! Breakdowns If your vehicle breaks down, think first of all other road users and: - get your vehicle off the road if possible and get out and stand well clear and away from the carriageway - warn other traffic by using your hazard warning lights if your vehicle is causing an obstruction - help other road users see you by wearing light-coloured or fluorescent clothing in daylight and reflective clothing at night or in poor visibility - put a warning triangle on the road at least 45 metres (147 feet) behind your broken-down vehicle on the same side of the road, or use other permitted warning devices if you have them. Always take great care when placing or retrieving them, but never use them on motorways - if possible, keep your sidelights on if it is dark or visibility is poor - do not stand (or let anybody else stand) between your vehicle and oncoming traffic - at night or in poor visibility do not stand where you will prevent other road users seeing your lights
Good Luck! to all my pupils who are taking their tests over the next couple of weeks. Remember the test is not a blindfolded trip to Mars.......it's just another 35 minute drive!!!!
I took my first driving lesson 25 years ago today. Will you remember your first driving lesson 25 years later.....?
Road signs.... EASY RULES TO REMEMBER: There are so many road signs about that it can be confusing to figure out what they all mean. But there is a quite simple way of remembering what the different types of signage mean. As with any rule, there are always exceptions - but it's a good rule of thumb to go by if you can remember the following: - Signs with a RED CIRCULAR BORDER are usually 'giving orders' and are mostly prohibitive. Example: maximum speed limit/no vehicles. - Signs with a RED TRIANGULAR BORDER are usually warning signs. Example: give way/two way traffic ahead. - Signs with a BLUE CIRCLE but no red usually contain 'positive instruction' Example: One way arrows/cycle lane. - Mostly RECTANGULAR SIGNS WITH BLUE BACKGROUND - directional. - Signs on primary routes with GREEN BACKGROUND - directional. - Signs on non-primary and local routes have BLACK BORDERS - directional - Signs with YELLOW are usually advising of road works. - BROWN signs usually indicate places of interest Example : Zoo/Ice Rink/Millennium Stadium.