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Learning to drive

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Each year thousands of learners take their driving test despite being hard of hearing. We examine all the rules and

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Learner drivers can drive with passengers in their car, but only if you follow these rules.
If you are a learner and you want to avoid stalling the engine or “kangarooing” down the road, read this blog which includes nine tips for great clutch control.
As a learner driver, it is inevitable that at some stage you’re going to have to get used to driving in the dark. This blog explains the difference between sidelights, full beam and dipped beam lighting and when to use them.
This blog answers all your frequently asked questions about the ‘show me, tell me’ section of your practical driving test.

The law changed in June 2018 meaning that learners are now permitted to have motorway driving lessons. This blog answers all your questions about motorway driving lessons, from who can accompany a learner to the differences between motorways and dual carriageways and the significance of amber reflective studs on a motorway. Who can accompany a […]

Who can supervise a learner, when, with what insurance and under what conditions? These are important topics to address – for parents, friends and learner drivers alike. This guide will answer many of the questions people ask about this subject and offers advice for anyone learning to drive as well as their supervisors. Learner driver […]

We explain everything you need to know about L plates, P plates and R plates, from where to display them to how to stick them onto your car.
We take a look at the best cars for learner drivers. Choose from our selection of vehicles that will help cut running costs.

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We explore the signs that could suggest your driving instructor isn’t right for you.
Find out everything you need to know in order to choose a driving instructor you’ll actually get along with.

When your child turns 17, chances are they will be champing at the bit to learn to drive. But teaching your teenager – or anyone, for that matter – to drive is one of the most difficult experiences you can go through, and the process can be just as stressful for the new driver too. […]

We help solve the common issues older learner drivers face when learning to drive.