Archive: February, 2010

Is your town plagued by uninsured drivers?

Posted on 02/18/10 by admin No Comments

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Sleep deprivation in teenagers linked to car crashes – study

Posted on 02/17/10 by admin No Comments

According to Italian researchers, sleepiness is a significant contributor to car crashes, with young drivers at double the risk of crashing if they experience daytime fatigue due to sleep deprivation.

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Half of drivers don’t know the Highway Code

Posted on 02/16/10 by admin No Comments

NEARLY half of all qualified drivers do not know the Highway Code well enough to pass their theory test, according to new research.

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The theory test explained

Posted on 02/15/10 by admin No Comments

The theory test is made up of a multiple choice part and a hazard perception part. You need to pass both parts to pass it. Once you have passed the theory test you can then apply to take your practical driving test.

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The hazard perception test (HPT) explained

Posted on 02/15/10 by admin No Comments

New drivers are disproportionately involved in accidents, especially in the first months after passing a driving test. It has been proven that drivers who have taken hazard perception training have much better hazard perception skills.

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Documents to bring to your driving theory test

Posted on 02/15/10 by admin No Comments

You’ll be expected to show both parts of your valid driving licence (the photocard and the paper counterpart) at the test centre. If you have an old-style licence without a photo you must also bring a valid passport. If you don’t show the required documents you won’t be allowed to test and you’ll lose your fee.

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Do you need to take a driving theory test?

Posted on 02/15/10 by admin No Comments

If you are a learner driver you must take and pass your theory test before you book your practical test. If you already have a driving licence you might not have to take another theory test if you want to start driving a different vehicle.

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Minimum age you can take a test

Posted on 02/15/10 by admin No Comments

Normally, for car drivers, the earliest date your provisional licence can become valid is your 17th birthday, however you can apply for the licence up to three months before your 17th birthday.

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Rules for learner drivers

Posted on 02/15/10 by admin No Comments

It is unlikely that anyone except an approved driving instructor (ADI) would have the experience, knowledge and training to teach you properly. Learning safe driving habits from the start will improve the safety of yourself and other road users.

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Credit Crunch Busting Crash Course!

Posted on 02/14/10 by admin No Comments

Take part in our Credit Crunch Busting Driving Crash Course today and you will be on your way to getting your driving licence faster than you think!

Wolverhampton Driving School understands after the festive season the pockets can feel a little tight – so to help we have put together a package to get you on the road as fast, effecient, safe and on budget as possible…

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