The worst mistake a parent can make is yelling at their teen during their first driving lesson. Not only does it traumatise the learner, it may turn them off driving forever. Why? It undermines their confidence. Some teens are full of hormones and can be moody at the best of times. A ticking bomb waiting…
While being drunk and high are the most obvious reasons to not get behind a wheel, there are other more subtle reasons to avoid driving. Your emotional state for one. As humans, we’re driven by emotions and as much as you may or may not like to admit it, emotions influence our behaviour. Especially driving.…
Motorways can be daunting for L-platers with fast speeds, heavy traffic and special regulations. A different skill set is required to coast the motorway which involves joining, exiting and actually driving on the motorway.
Just as you wouldn’t wear cracked, chipped, foggy or dirty glasses, you shouldn’t drive with a windscreen in that state. Not only would it look horrible, it’d impair your vision. Hence, a clear windscreen is the ticket to safe driving.
Learning to drive is like attempting to win an endurance race. It involves planning, skill development and practice. While you may want to get to the end of the race track pretty quickly and achieve independence, it’s easy to overexert yourself.
The actions you must undertake following an accident differ based on whether the accident is a major or a minor one. This article will focus on the steps you should take in the event of a minor accident.
Now available on both Apple App Store and Google Play Store, L2P app will allow L-platers to record their 120 hours of required driving experience and be recognised by Roads and Maritime Services and Service NSW.
Located in Katoomba, Scenic World is the ultimate Blue Mountains Adventure for the adrenaline
Getting a licence involves 3 stages: Learner, Provisional (P1 – red) and Provisional (P2 – green). It takes about 3 years for most drivers to gain enough skills, experience and safe driving habits to receive freedom on the road.
Stalling occurs quite often when you’re learning to drive a manual car. It can be extremely embarrassing and frustrating, especially if you stall in the middle of a road when surrounded by traffic.