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Quick Tips To Help You Pass Your Driving Theory Test
In order to gain your driving license you will need to pass a theory test as well as your practical driving test. Although many people shrug the theory test off as easy, preparing properly for it is vital to passing first time. At Philip Chappell Driving Tuition we can help you tick off the first step in getting your licence with these quick tips.
Everything You Need To Know About The Hazard Perception Test
As well as the multiple choice section of the driving theory test, you must do a hazard perception task. In order to gain your certificate both sections must receive the relevant pass marks. Read more about the theory test in the previous blog post to get you started. At Philip Chappell Driving Tuition all learners receive a free theory programme with a hazard perception DVD; find out the basics now.
5 Tips For Your First Driving Lesson
You’ve finally booked your first driving test! Whether you’ve just turned seventeen and can now get your provisional licence, you’ve finally plucked up the courage, or you need to learn quickly, having your first lesson can be nerve-wracking. At Philip Chappell Driving Tuition students can expect two free hours to get them started. Read these tips to help you get the most out of your first driving experience.
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What Makes a Good Driver?
Your driving lessons will teach you how to operate a car in order to get from A to B and park safely once you get there. However, the real learning comes once you have your driving license and take to the roads in your own car! Being a good driver doesn't just happen overnight, it's something that you need to work on. Follow these tips and you'll be a relaxed and confident driver in no time:
Basic Car Maintenance: When to DIY
Modern day cars are increasingly becoming “computers on wheels” and the art of the DIY repair is being lost. More and more people are relying on garages for things that used to be simple and cheap to do yourself