In part one of this getting assessing right series, Howard Redwood dives into the art of accurate driving assessment, providing crucial insights to what assessors should and should not be doing to help mitigate road-risk.
In this article, Howard Redwood delves into the significance behind numbers, letters, and shapes on road signs, explaining regional identifiers, speed limits, and the strategic placement of signs. Understand how grasping these details can enhance your driving awareness and adherence to road rules.
Smart looks, a simplified model range and plug-in hybrid option make the next-gen Vauxhall Astra a real player in the hatchback field
Blending affordability with eco-friendly motoring, the Ford Kuga SUV impresses with its hybrid options and standout practicality. Dive into our comprehensive review, from running costs to comfort, as we rate one of Ford’s standout SUVs.
The Welsh Government is implementing a standard 20mph speed restriction on “limited roads” throughout Wales, starting 17 September 2023. For more details about this modification, including which roads will be impacted, visit GOV.Wales. From this date, learners undergoing a driving assessment on Welsh streets must adhere to the updated speed restriction. Instructors at Welsh test
Carly Brookfield discusses the most recent episode of Motormouth where the panel considered graduated licences in the wake of recent media speculation that the government is considering bringing in restrictions for new drivers.
Presentation skills are a very
necessary tool to have for any trainer, whether they are training in
a class, an auditorium, or one-on-one. Howard Redwood discusses the key elements of the trainer, such as knowing the subject and being prepared for the planned session.
Howard Redwood looks at Graduated Licensing and Graduated Learning to discuss whether it is the next logical step for licencing practice within the UK.