OMG! It’s all gone pear shaped but don’t worry, I’ll fix you – I promise!
Obviously sometimes we just do things on a test that we never normally do and muck up; this is normally due to your nerves getting the better of you. I’ll show you how to control your nerves and give you coping strategies. After all, a driving test is just a 30 minute drive!
You should only go to a test if you don’t need your instructor beside you being your guardian angel. If you can do all of your manoeuvres first time, every time, if you feel confident that you will make good decisions and keep everyone safe once you’re driving on your own then have another go.
However, most people fail due to observation, awareness and poor planning; driving a car around is the easy bit and actually a very small part of a driving test.
LET ME HELP YOU!
- Have you been taught to approach a roundabout in 2nd and only go into 1st if there’s car there? (This is bad teaching by the way)
- Do roundabouts scare you because there isn’t enough time for everything?
- Not seeing speed limit changes?
- Don’t feel confident in your abilities?
- Have you been taught to parallel park by using someone elses car to know when to turn (meaning if they’ve parked badly so do you)?
- Have you been taught Mirror Signal Position Speed Look, Look Assess Decide Act etc? (IPSGA is the way forward)
If you can say yes to any of the above then you have been taught by someone who isn’t an advanced driver or even worse, is an advanced driver but doesn’t think about what they are teaching.
Whatever your situation, I’ll show you how simple driving can be. I’ll take the complexity out of it and show you the simple way to do things.
- Do any manoeuvre the easy way.
- Stop worrying about certain types of junctions.
- Learn the correct way to do your observation.
- Learn how to read traffic so you know what people are doing.
- Learn how to read road signs (there’s more to it than you think).
- Stop overthinking everything, driving really is very simple.
You won’t believe how easy it can be to fix someone; trust me, have a look at the reviews page I’ve fixed loads of people in your shoes.
To book a lesson, or if you would like to learn more, do not hesitate to give me a call.