Technology is fast evolving and the advancement of technologies is slowly changing the way we drive. In order to keep up with the changing technology, DVSA (The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency) has announced possible […]
By tommysl|2015-08-31T05:41:50+00:00November 30th, 2014|Categories: blog|Comments Off on DVSA Announces Proposal to Overhaul the Driving Test
We take a risk every time we get behind the wheel of our cars. Whether it’s going to work or the daily school run, roads can be dangerous places.
Some roads are a little more hairy than others however. We all need to be aware of hazards such as other motorists; pedestrians and weather conditions, but there are routes that are just down-right dangerous.
Road trips are full of adventure, shared between great friends or family members. The freedom of driving across country is appealing to many but with so many places to visit, how do you know where to start? You will need to plan ahead to get the most out of your road trip and make it a journey you can remember forever.
In order to drive on the UK's highways on their own, drivers are required to pass a driving test before getting their license. The driving test consists of two distinct parts, the practical test and the theory test. You will not be able to take the practical test without passing the theory part first.