Driving information for new drivers

Some up to date info for new drivers.

Also will be helpful to experienced drivers.

Questions asked on your driving test.

Questions asked on your driving test.

Read all of the show me tell me questions here. All of the questions and answers as well as diagrams and videos to help you pass your driving test.

Summer driving tips

Summer driving tips

Great tips and advice for summer driving, from staying hydrated to keeping your windscreen clear. Stay safe on the roads this summer with our top tips.

How to pass your driving test first time

How to pass your driving test first time

If you have a driving test coming up read our top tips to help you pass the driving test first time. Also driving test marking sheet explained. What to expect on test day? What car will I use for my driving test? How many minors can i get on my test? Answers to all of these questions.

How many driving lessons do I need?

How many driving lessons do I need?

Facebook Twitter Instagram Google+ How many driving lessons will I need?   This is a question which we are asked a lot. It is also a really difficult question to answer. How many driving lessons? The official Dvsa figures state that on average a 17 year old will...

Learner Drivers on Motorway

Learner Drivers on Motorway

Learner drivers are now allowed to have driving lessons on Motorways. This new ruling came into force on 4th June 2018.

Breakdown cover explained

Breakdown cover explained

Breakdown cover is essential if travelling far from home or on motorways, read our guide explaining different types of cover available.

Ford Fiesta Ecoboost

Ford Fiesta Ecoboost

Brand new 2016 model Ford Fiesta Ecoboost, This car is an amazing car to learn to drive in. As well as being very easy to drive, the new Fiesta is equipped with all the latest features which include climate control, ABS, cruise control, and Fords hill start assist...

Stopping Distances

Stopping Distances

Stopping distances as quoted in the Highway Code. Easy way to remember. Typical stopping distances and an easy to remember formula.