Mike Thompson Driving Instructor

at Green Bank, Wakefield, WF3 United Kingdom

Quality DSA Approved Driving Instruction


Mike Thompson Driving Instructor
Green Bank
Wakefield WF3
United Kingdom
Contact Phone
P: 07914318844
Website
www.mikedrivinginstructor.co.nr

Description

FULLY QUALIFIED Driving Standards Agency (DSA) APPROVED Driving Instructor Specialist in all types & levels of pupils from Beginner - Part Trained - Refresher Criminal Records Bureau checked First Lesson FREE All Lessons a minimum of 1Hr 15 mins Free training material Safe structured lessons Reliable & professional Undivided attention (no mobile calls taken during lesson time) Over 12 years experience Invest in high quality tuition because driving is for life. Telephone 07914318844 or 0113 2828532

Opening time

  • Mondays: 08:00- 22:30
  • Tuesdays: 08:00- 22:30
  • Wednesdays: 08:00- 22:30
  • Thursdays: 08:00- 22:30
  • Fridays: 08:00- 22:30
  • Saturdays: 08:00- 22:30
  • Sundays: 08:00- 22:30

Company Rating

136 FB users likes Mike Thompson Driving Instructor, set it to 19 position in Likes Rating for Wakefield in Professional services category

Someone 'smashed it' this morning!! Details to follow later today

Published on 2014-09-18 11:56:37 GMT

Lane discipline The Highway Code Rule 264 You should always drive in the left-hand lane when the road ahead is clear. If you are overtaking a number of slower-moving vehicles, you should return to the left-hand lane as soon as you are safely past. Slow-moving or speed-restricted vehicles should always remain in the left-hand lane of the carriageway unless overtaking. You MUST NOT drive on the hard shoulder except in an emergency or if directed to do so by the police, HA traffic officers in uniform or by signs.

Published on 2014-09-17 19:38:01 GMT

With 10 working weeks left (scary), I am gradually going to show all the pupils that benefited from my teaching in date order from my 2 separate spells as a Driving instructor: Will YOU or your relatives be on this or a forthcoming list? Philip Laidler 17/11/86 Wakefield Simon Martin 11/12/86 Harehills Dawn Heeley 09/02/87 Cross Gates Michelle Lamb 20/03/87 Cross Gates Sally Garnett 01/05/87 Cross Gates Sue Ormerod 15/06/87 Wakefield Dawn Mowbray 24/06/87 Cross Gates Dave Barry 07/07/87 Cross Gates Mick Judge 08/07/87 Cross Gates Val Kale 13/07/87 Harehills Andrew Richardson 21/07/87 Heckmondwike Derek Baker 08/09/87 Wakefield Glenis Smith 21/09/87 Harehills Steven Toolan 22/09/87 Cross Gates Chris Scaife 12/11/87 Cross Gates Ruby Neale 13/11/87 Wakefield Carl Greenwood 26/11/87 Pontefract Gary Kime 01/12/87 Wakefield Danny Dixon 11/12/87 Eccleshill Cathy Greaves 16/12/87 Harehills Peter Hanc 06/01/88 Wakefield Paul Ward 12/01/88 Wakefield Myra Wright 27/01/88 Wakefield Darren Goddard 03/02/88 Wakefield Lesley Barker 04/02/88 Wakefield Sean Kotchie 17/02/88 Harehills Clare Haynes 18/02/88 Wakefield Joanne Kaye 19/02/88 Harehills Graham Blackburn 03/03/88 Wakefield Melanie Stogden 09/03/88 Pontefract Dean Jewitt 21/03/88 Wakefield Next list - Next week!

Published on 2014-09-14 18:55:58 GMT

This is apt today as I saw a dog with it's head out of the window & when cornering had it's leg out resting on the wing mirror! Safe - I think not Other animals The Highway Code Rule 57 When in a vehicle make sure dogs or other animals are suitably restrained so they cannot distract you while you are driving or injure you, or themselves, if you stop quickly. A seat belt harness, pet carrier, dog cage or dog guard are ways of restraining animals in cars.

Published on 2014-09-10 20:12:13 GMT

Another pupil now earned their right to drive on into the sun set! More details tomorrow!

Published on 2014-09-04 22:02:39 GMT

General rule (AND one of the BEST ones yet!!!) The Highway Code Rule 146 Adapt your driving to the appropriate type and condition of road you are on. In particular do not treat speed limits as a target. It is often not appropriate or safe to drive at the maximum speed limit take the road and traffic conditions into account. Be prepared for unexpected or difficult situations, for example, the road being blocked beyond a blind bend. Be prepared to adjust your speed as a precaution where there are junctions, be prepared for road users emerging in side roads and country lanes look out for unmarked junctions where nobody has priority be prepared to stop at traffic control systems, road works, pedestrian crossings or traffic lights as necessary when children, are looking the other way, they may step out into the road without seeing you.