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How to Read and Use Roundabout Signs

Roundabouts are common features of the road network in England. They are designed to improve traffic flow and safety by reducing the need for traffic lights and stop signs. However, roundabouts can also be confusing and intimidating for some drivers, especially those...

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Master Parallel Parking

Parallel parking Parallel parking can be a tricky manoeuvre to master, but with practice, it can become second nature. Here are the steps to conduct parallel parking: Position A: Position your car so that the left-side mirror of your car is level with the front of the...

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Can I Take My Own Car to the Driving Test

Taking your driving test is a big step, and feeling confident in the car you'll be driving is important. For many people, this means using their own car for the test. But is it possible to do this? The good news is, yes, you can take your own car to the driving test....

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The Latest Driving Laws in the UK

Driving laws in the United Kingdom are ever-evolving to prioritize road safety for all motorists and pedestrians. As new technologies emerge and road usage patterns change, authorities consistently update and implement regulations to address emerging challenges....

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The Negative Impact of LTNs on Driving Lessons in Oxford

The introduction of LTNs in Oxford has had a significant impact on driving lessons in the city, including those offered by Oxon Driving Tuitions. In this article, we will analyze the data and reports on the negative impact of LTNs on driving lessons, with a focus on...

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What to Do in Case of an Car Accident

Getting into a car accident can be a scary and stressful experience, but knowing what to do can make a big difference in the outcome. In this article, we'll provide a step-by-step guide on what to do in case of an accident, including tips on staying safe, exchanging...

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A Guide to Getting a Driving License in the UK

Getting a driving license is a major milestone for many individuals, opening up new opportunities and freedoms. However, the process of obtaining a driving license can be daunting, especially if you are not sure where to start. In this article, we will take you...

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When to Signal While Driving

When driving on UK roads, it is imperative to use the appropriate signals to let other road users know what you plan to do next. Signalling correctly gives other road users enough time to react and act if necessary. Not signalling at the right time could result in a...

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Supporting People with Dyslexia to Learn to Drive

Driving is a complex task that demands a range of skills, including spatial awareness, problem-solving, and quick reactions. For individuals with dyslexia, developing these skills can be especially challenging. Nevertheless, with the right approach and support,...

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Can Learner Drivers Drive on Motorways in the UK?

In the United Kingdom, learner drivers are now permitted to take driving lessons on motorways as of June 4, 2018. This change was made to help ensure that more drivers understand how to use motorways safely. However, driving on motorways with a provisional license is...

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Teaching Autistic Individuals to Drive

Driving is a valuable skill that can increase independence, open up new opportunities, and improve quality of life. However, for individuals with autism, learning to drive can present unique challenges. Understanding autism and its impact on driving, as well as...

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5 Signs You’re Ready to Take Your Practical Driving Test

Knowing when you are ready to take your practical driving test in the UK can be a challenge for many learners. Some may feel confident right from the start, while others may lack the confidence to take the leap from being a learner to a full licence holder. To help...

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Anxiety when learning to drive

Driving anxiety is a common feeling for many people who are learning to drive. The fear of crashing, feeling overwhelmed by traffic, or a lack of control behind the wheel can result in physical symptoms such as sweating, shaking, and difficulty concentrating. At Oxon...

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