If you passed your driving test with us, no doubt you're already a confident and competent driver. But in East Anglia, our local roads are as full of charm as they are littered with hidden dangers. Before setting off on your own for the first time, prepare yourself by reading our top tips for new drivers in Norfolk!
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 […]
In the UK, speeding is a common issue and a serious problem. Rather than by increasing penalties, the authorities hope they can cut re-offending by encouraging many speeders to take a speed awareness course instead. Read on to learn why these courses exist, who is eligible for them and what to expect if you end up taking one.
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.
Many people find driving at night difficult. In spite of quieter roads, in relative terms collisions are more likely to happen in the dark. Even if you're a confident driver, you might still be making mistakes that could put lives in danger. So make sure you arrive safely by reading our top tips for night-time driving.
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.
Although few like to admit it, many of us can recall incidents when our anger got the better of us whilst driving. Road rage is stressful and can often make a bad situation worse. It can even be dangerous. Read the rest of this article for tips on how to deal with road rage.
The law against using mobile phones while driving was updated in March 2017. Ignorance is no defence in the eyes of the law so read this article to make sure you're up to date.
Even if you’re an experienced driver, the winter can make driving difficult and dangerous. Read our winter driving tips to make sure you’re prepared for all the hazards the cold weather can bring. Preparing Your Car Freezing temperatures, rain, and snow can all take their toll on your car. That’s why absolutely essential to make sure your vehicle is ready […]
In the UK the average learner takes 45 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.