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1 out of every 10 person is affected by phobia or fear. There are various reasons why drivers often feel anxiety when driving. It can be a handicap especially if you need to drive to go to work or if you need to drive for a living. But when it turns into driving nervousness and [...]
In getting ready for the chilly winter months, numerous drivers start to consider winter climate driving and the threats associated with it. Regardless of the fact that you have had your auto for quite a while and may feel exceptionally confident in the driver's seat, sometimes the unpredictable weather conditions during winter may catch you [...]
Many parents, especially fathers, consider driving as a rite of passage for them and their kids. Driving is one among many skills that requires diligence and patience starting from learning the basics to actually mastering all the needed skills to be able to actually drive. But actually teaching your kids driving can be an arduous [...]
Big changes are on the way in the motoring industry after the Government announced several proposed changes on the current rules of the road in UK since 1935 when the driving test was first introduced. The changes in the current rules are said to include provisions with regards to driver-less cars, usage of SAT-NAVS and [...]
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 changes to the Driving Test after two decades. DVSA Introduces Two New Manoeuvres The proposed new driving test may eliminate [...]
Getting a car loan does not have to be difficult at all. Contrary to popular opinion, obtaining a new or used car loan is actually one of the easiest and simplest things to do.
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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.