Driving to the conditions

Written by Rina Capila

Drive to the conditions

As we head into Autumn, there are a lot more rainy days and that means changing how you drive.

When you are learning to drive, practice on different road types and conditions. This includes driving when it is raining, or has rained and the road is wet.

Driving in wet weather can make it harder to see clearly, turn safely, and come to a stop quickly. The more you practice to drive in wet conditions, the more you will get used to it and be able to drive safely.


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Immediate Fail Errors

Written by Rina Capila

Immediate Fail Errors

Know what not to do, so you can pass your practical driving test!

An immediate fail error is when you do something during your practical driving test that puts yourself, other road users, or property in danger. If you make just one immediate fail error at any time during your practical test, you will immediately fail.


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Traffic jams - what does it mean to 'spread the jam?'

Written by Rina Capila

Spread the jam

What does it mean? And how can you help?

Most drivers have, at some point, found themselves stuck in a traffic jam. Whether you are driving to work in the morning, going on a weekend holiday, or heading to the local shopping mall, you may suddenly end up in a line of cars crawling to reach your destination.

No one likes to be stuck in traffic, but what exactly causes a traffic jam?


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