driving test

In this blog post, we look at the basic framework for teaching any practical skill, in our case, driving. There are five steps: Give an overview Explain and demonstrate LetREAD MORE

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When it comes to learning to drive, choosing the right instructor is critical to your success on test day and beyond. So, what should you insist on when choosing aREAD MORE

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Once you have your licence, you have the keys to freedom and it’s time to head off on your first road trip. Exciting times. You’ve packed your bags but whatREAD MORE

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Did you know that there are three different tests on the day you attempt to get your P’s? Most people focus on the driving component but there are two otherREAD MORE

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The second most common type of crash on NSW roads is a crossroad collision. Nearly all crossroad intersections are governed by some sort of traffic control, either traffic lights, stopREAD MORE

roundabouts

Yes…if practicable The road rules state: You must indicate for long enough to give sufficient warning to other drivers and pedestrians before entering a roundabout when turning left or right.READ MORE

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Keeping your driver’s licence ensures that you still have the freedom to move around. Older drivers licensing in NSW is set up so that there is a balance between the safety of roadREAD MORE

Top Driving Fails

Here are our top 6 driving fails:   1. Not keeping an appropriate gap The most common type of accident in NSW is a rear-end collision.  Rear end accidents accountREAD MORE

learner driver

The focus for our blogs over the coming weeks is how to best work with your child to get their licence and keep them, and you, safe in the process.READ MORE

Be seen

At most crashes one of the drivers will get out of their car and say,  “He came from nowhere” or “I didn’t see her”. If you aim to be seen you willREAD MORE