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How to choose the best driving school in Oxford

How to choose the best driving school in Oxford? When choosing the school to teach you how to drive, you need to Be involved from the beginning, researching local instructors, meeting them, asking questions and staying interested. When looking for someone to teach you...

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The differences between motorways and dual carriageways

The main differences between motorways and dual carriageways Despite having some similarities, there are a number of differences between the two types of road. Some of the differences between dual carriageways and motorways are:    Motorways MUST NOT be used by : ▪...

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How Will driverless cars change our lives?

Over the past few months, we've seen the disruption of so many institutions and businesses because of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19). Now that the dreadful disease is quickly spreading among nations to nations, most governments and health sectors are implementing...

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How do you get back into driving after a long break?

If you are a learner driver and you had been progressing well with your driving course, it is only natural that you might get worried about losing skills that you had already learned. Are you nervous that you might forget to drive? Well, that certainly should not be...

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What Counts as a Serious Fault on a Driving Test?

All people worry about having faults on their driving tests but it is okay to make a few mistakes. The key is to understand how the faults work so that you can avoid serious faults. When you make errors, they are either counted as a major fault of a minor fault. Minor...

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Is it Worth Buying an Electric Car Now?

There are many who find the idea of owning an electric car to be a good thing for a number of different reasons. When electric cars first came out, they were expensive, were slow, and lacked power. Their batteries also made it hard for them to go very far. As a...

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How Do You Mentally Prepare for a Driving Test?

Preparing for your Driving Test There is a lot to learn for a driving test, and it can be nerve-racking, to say the least. However, the experience will help you to calm down and feel confident before you take the test. If you get help from a driving instructor, the...

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When to Use your car during the outbreak?

For self-isolating people, you follow the official guidance at GOV.UK. To fight coronavirus, The most important action we can all take is to stay at home in order to protect the NHS and save lives. When we reduce our day-to-day contact with other people, we will...

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How to look after your car Tyres in lockdown?

During the coronavirus lockdown, we may have our car unused for a long period and later find an Under-inflated tyre. It is possible to avoid this to an extent if follow take the correct steps. Here are some tips on how Maintaining the correct tyre pressure so that you...

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Is it worth doing an Intensive Driving Course in Oxford?

 Is it worth it an Intensive Driving course in Oxford? The answer is Yes. However, it is not for everyone and passing the test is not guaranteed. It is appropriate for people who have a limited budget or limited time and want to pass their driving test in Oxford in at...

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Do blind spot mirrors work?

What is your blind spot? The Blind spots are the areas around a vehicle that the driver can't see by looking through windows or in conventional mirrors.  the majority of the accidents happened when overtaking, changing lanes or turning in a junction, approximately...

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The Official DVSA Theory Test Kit

Multiple-choice questions The multiple-choice questions in the theory test are based on 3 books, Study these to learn the rules and skills you’ll be tested on. You can buy them from those links   The Highway CodeKnow your traffic signDriving - the essential...

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Future of Driving Schools After the Coronavirus Pandemic

The current state of pandemic Over the past few months, we've seen the disruption of so many businesses and institutions because of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19.) This pandemic has led to major socioeconomic disruption across the globe, postponement of sports,...

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coronavirus: driving tests and theory tests

Coronavirus COVID-19   COVID-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. It’s caused by a virus called coronavirus. Theory tests and driving tests have been suspended to help prevent the spread of coronavirus. The suspension lasts: up to and...

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Driving in winter

Driving during winter can be a challenge even for experienced drivers, especially when snow and ice are involved. Now imagine you’re a new driver, and this is the first winter you’ll be hitting the roads – it’s scary, right?! To help make things a little easier, here...

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How To Get Cheap Car Insurance

Young drivers in the UK are statistically more likely to have an accident and make a claim. This has the knock-on effect of sending their car insurance costs sky high. Getting the best cheap car insurance for young drivers can feel like an impossible task, but there’s...

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Ready to take my driving test

Knowing when you are ready to take your driving test in oxford can be hard. There are some learners that think they’re ready from the moment they hop into the car for the first time and others who don’t have the confidence to take the leap from learner to full licence...

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What to do once you’ve passed your driving test

Passed your driving test? Most newly qualified drivers feel a bit nervous about taking to the road on their own at first, so here are a few things you might want to try before that first carpool of carnage to the local McDonalds Drive-Thru! Passengers Take someone...

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5 tips for driving on country roads

Driving on country roads Driving on rural country roads is one of the most challenging aspects of driving, and in those first few years behind the wheel as a new driver, they can be particularly daunting. So whether you drive along country roads all the time, or...

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Anxiety when learning to drive

If feelings of stress, anxiety and a lack of confidence are not properly managed and addressed, they can become even more concentrated – especially in the lead-up to driving tests and exams. Instructors are therefore really well-placed to offer coping strategies that...

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