Archive for April 2018

Narrow road rules or when road available only for one car

It’s not actually law, but the advice is that if the obstruction is on your side of the road, then you should give way. If both sides of the road are restricted, the safest thing to do is stop (because you take control of the situation). If the obstruction (obstacle) is on your side and [...]

Common minor driving faults for automatic cars

The most common minor driving test faults for automatic cars are: Cockpit drill: Didn’t check the gear stick before signaling to move off. For example if a gear is in (P) parked position and you signal right to move off whilst you should’ve move it to (D) drive position. Another example if you forgot to [...]

When minor fault can turn into serious

If other road users are affected, a minor driving fault can turn into a serious one.

Gap between front car

When stopping at the traffic light make sure you see the wheels of the car in front.

Turning right routine

When you turning right do the following: 1. Check interior mirror 2. Check right mirror If it’s safe 3. Indicate the signal

Turning left routine

When you turning left do the following: 1. Check interior mirror 2. Check left mirror If it’s safe 3. Indicate the signal

Exterior mirrors

The more you see side of the car in exterior mirrors the more blindspot is. The side of the car should be seen in mirror only little bit.


You need to check blind spot when: 1. Moving off 2. Exiting the roundabout during changing lanes from the right to the left 3. Merging to the motorway or dual carriageway from side road or slip road 4. Change lanes ? 5. Overtaking Don’t look around to check for them – you’ll take your focus [...]

Slip road

Slip road is the road that merges with dual carriageway or motoroad and finishes later on. It helps your you to build right speed and the dual carriageway or more often a motorway more smoothly. Sometimes slip road becomes a road itself. You must change lane after you emerged into dual carriageway or motorway as [...]

Uk driving plate structure

EU country (optional) Area code – 2 letters Age identifier – 2 numbers Space Random letters – 3 letters