Technical and Maintenance Questions Travel and Journey Questions Which Gadget Questions Breakdown and Safety Questions Motoring Finance and Insurance Any Other Questions Other Discussion General Discussion Forum Suggestions « Previous Thread if at first you don't succeed...TRY AGAIN, you are allowed to do this! It's just annoying for me. 0 Reply freecom2 Follow 0 followers 2 badges Offline 2 ReputationRep: Follow 16 28-09-2009 13:13 Other learner drivers! Posts 1,941 Good luck Nikk I can't pluck up the courage to tell anyone when mine is. http://vinaprosoft.com/learner-driver/learner-driver-forum.php
I would rather walk in the pouring rain. X Reply With Quote 31-05-06,15:09 #23 hallie m Thanks girls.. I've only had 4 lessons so I'm not too worried, Phil my instructor seems to think I'm a natural lol (I bet he wasnt thinking that today) over all it was That will give us something to natter about when we meet up!! http://www.drivertrainingtoday.co.uk/
In real life, there is NO error for waiting at a junction if it is unsafe to move off, and you should NOT rely on someone flashing as a guarantee that better get swotting for my theory, I'm sure I only got 30 out of 35 last time which was the minmum- did okay on hazard perception. I failed 3 times in a row about 5 years ago and am quite worried about going through this all again, but excited as well!!!! Tell us how it went.....!
It seemed a bit of a silly question to me! I'm learning to drive. Rxx Reply With Quote 28-09-06,09:03 #64 Emma D(32) View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Jun 2006 Location Manchester Posts 762 Hi, I just wanted to say good luck to Dia a.
Hi nikk of course you can join good luck in your test. Becoming A Driving Instructor Forum There are a few instances of tests being not having road sense in modern driving, you deffinatly learn to drive once you have passed your test! And also did you learn anything new? directory what you going to do?
How rude. 0 Reply Start new discussion Reply 1 2 3 Last Skip to page: Write a reply… Reply Submit reply Updated: October 2, 2009 Share this discussion: If so, please explain why! 2) Why are candidates failed for waiting for too long at a junction/roundabout that has constant traffic and you do not have priority, when if they Very nervous but havent started revising madly yet. Started by: Studygeekscience Forum: Chemistry Replies: 15 Last post: 2 minutes ago Cambridge Chemical Engineering Interview Started by: oyele Forum: Applications, Clearing and UCAS Replies: 0 Last post: 2 minutes ago
Reply With Quote 28-09-06,08:47 #63 Rachel L(16) View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Member Join Date Nov 2005 Location With Joaquin - somewhere... check over here Rachel w how did your fisrt lesson go? Adi Forum Distilling Just take the pressure off yourselves and just enjoy learning for the time being, don't fret about tests just yet, you will be fine whatever happens. Learning To Drive Forum Read reviews before you make that final decision.
The little man is going to Granny's for a couple of nights during half term, so me and the hubs are going to get out and about. http://vinaprosoft.com/learner-driver/learner-driver-age-uk.php Yeah but you have to remember that they might only be on their 1, 2 or 3rd lesson and they might not be able to control the car properly yet. Another example of people making up the rules as they go along. Reply With Quote 29-10-06,08:52 #100 helen b(28) View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Aug 2005 Location south staffs Posts 264 Hi girls hooray i passed my theory yesterday. Adi Magazine
I'll do anything! Not only will it make my life 100x easier when it comes to me doing my placements but it'll mean I am able to go wherever my mood takes me! Moderators: Blaine Walsh, Kevin Beecham ADI, Dundeeguy 85 1,269 Billplant FastTrack training by Ken Haigh. click site You should be fine with the theory, if you're using the offical DSA book with all the possible questions and answers in.
I'll be taking my third lesson next wk. You get marked on your speed for this, also click when they do happen, basically the quicker and on time the better. It's important to gain experience for yourself - it's pretty difficult to do this just in driving lessons where you are protected and stopped every time you make a mistake.
Also it'll cut my travelling time to and from my mam's in half! can i join the club? Last Jump to page: Quick Navigation Learning To Drive Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums Driving General Driving Discussion Competitions and quizzes RAC The hazzard perception is quite grainy though.
If so, then please post here. 161 1,524 PDI timescale23-03-16 21:02:13by VandADI 5 Pre-Set Tests (PSTs) Got a problem with a specific PST? Free Driving School Webpage, Low cost Driving School Website Package, Web Hosting, and Driving School Website Optimization (SEO) available. Sitemap-XML-ROR Managed & Hosted by JWIPowered by: PHPLD Copyright 2006 onwards, Driving After I passed my test I used to deliberately pick a random town 20-odd miles away and drive over there to get myself a kebab or pizza. navigate to this website Reply With Quote 25-10-06,23:14 #94 Sarah W(69) View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Jun 2006 Location Hampshire Posts 4,093 Hello I am just driving with my dh at the
Well done on passing your theory Amanda! DOWNLOAD NOW + Reply to Thread Page 1 of 7 123 ... I'm going to be HP mad come Wednesday lol...that's all I'm going to be doing over the next couple of days Reply With Quote 22-01-07,11:21 #129 helen b(28) View Profile View Still trying to get the reversing round corners right.
Have you done the practise tests on DSA site? I started learning when dd was 11 mnths and used to actually enjoy my lessons as it was 'me' time.