Lots of people who learn to drive unfortunately experience some abuse or rude behaviour from other drivers on the road. At How-2-Drive, we're calling on all road users to remember what it was like to be a learner and be kind to all pupils.
Making journeys safely in winter isn't just about your car being ready; it's also important to think about your own driving and how you react to whatever weather comes your way.
Heading out in your car over the festive period can be more tricky when the weather turns nasty. It's important to make sure both you and the car are fully prepared for any journeys you make.
We asked the DVSA to tell us the top 10 faults that were made in driving tests in Norfolk and Suffolk last year, so we could write this guide to help you avoid making them.
As the Government outlines plans to place restrictions on new drivers, we look at what the impact on our learners and successful candidates could be. Read on to find out whether you might be affected.
Learner drivers in Norfolk and Suffolk are outperforming the national average when taking their theory and practical tests. The latest data from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency, covering April to December 2018, shows male learners continued to dominate the practical test. However, both male and female candidates in Norfolk and Suffolk beat the average for Great Britain. 54.1% of […]
It has been one year since the final section of the often-controversial Norwich Northern Distributor Route (NDR), now known as the Broadland Northway, opened. The 20km-length dual carriageway runs from the A47 at Postwick, east of Norwich, to the A1067 Fakenham Road north of Taverham. As well as initial work on the route, Norfolk County Council recently carried out maintenance […]
At How-2-Drive we take a pupil-centred approach to driver training. Whether you have autism or not, learn more about how we can adjust your driving lessons to suit your needs.
Drivers with Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC), a condition which affects people in different ways, were left angry and confused after the DVLA changed the wording of a policy on its website. It stated that anyone with ASC had to declare their condition to the DVLA or risk a £1,000 fine and prosecution if they were involved in an accident. There […]
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.