To mark World Autism Awareness Week, and World Autism Awareness Day today, we want to highlight some of the ways in which a supportive driving instructor can make lessons safe and enjoyable for people with ASD. Lots of people were upset in February by a sudden but temporary switch in policy by the DVLA on drivers with Autistic Spectrum Disorder…
At How-2-Drive we’re fascinated by the many ways technology can be used to improve road safety. With self-driving cars now quickly becoming an everyday reality, we wanted to find out whether the drivers of tomorrow will still need to pass their driving test.
If you’re a newly-qualified driver, you’re probably eager to get out on the open road for a proper journey. What better way to embrace your new found freedom than by taking a road trip? There really is no better way to explore Britain than by road and no better way to build up your driving confidence. For an inexperienced driver…
Intensive driving lessons can be a good choice if you need to pass by a certain date or simply don’t have a regular free slot in your schedule for weekly lessons. But there are other options. Semi-intensive courses offer the extra benefit of allowing time to reflect or practice between lessons.
The motorway rules for learner drivers is set to change. In 2018, the UK government will revise the law. This will allow drivers under instruction to use motorways for the first time ever. Read on to find out more about these changes and what they mean for you.
What’s the difference between a PDI & an ADI driving instructor? Learn more about how recent changes to the Part 3 driving instructor test might affect learner drivers too.
The DVSA announced that the new driving test changes will come into force on the 4th December 2017. Find out what you need to do to start preparing today.
As a learner driver it’s important to carefully consider whether you should take driving lessons in an automatic car. Let us help you make the right choice.
In the UK the average learner takes 47 hours worth of driving lessons according to the DVSA — that’s at least 23 two-hour lessons. The good news is, many of our students pass their tests in less time than average. Read our top five tips to see how we do it.