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Free Hazard Perception Test Practice

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COVID 19 Policy @4front Driving School

4front Driving School COVID19 Policy​​4front Driving School COVID 19 policy for students and Instructors to create a safe hygienic learning environment we have formed a coherent policy based on the government business COVID19 guidance.​General Hygiene for students and InstructorsYou must sanitise your hands before entering the vehicle. -We will provide hand sanitiser or you can bring your own.-If you cough or sneeze into your hand you must pull over when it is safe to do so and sanitize your hands and controls.-To avoid this - always try to cough or sneeze into your sleeve or try to clear your throat with your mouth closed.You must wear a facemask when in the vehicle. Students must provide their own facemasks and be responsible for bringing their own PPE with them to their lessons, Disposable facemasks can be used but must be clean / newWashable facemasks must be clean
Avoiding unnecessary contact between the student and the instructor - this includes hand shakes.Other basic rules to a…

Take A Positive Approach, Deterination and Focused Approach Towards Learning

This blog post was developed by 4front Driving School to help students take a positive, determined and focused approach towards their learning and driving so they give themselves the opportunity to succeed and achieve their goals.
The facts can be presented in a simple way - the harder you work for something that you desire such as passing your Driving Test, the greater you’ll feel when you achieve it.
Stay focussed and plan well ahead of the consequences before you turn your decisions into actions. You will develop your own strategies to suit different senarios that you should try to remember, adapt and develop to suit the situation if you ever face them again. Learning to drive involves commitment, time, patience, and determination, so give it everything you have got and don't be despondent by mistakes. Mistakes are part of learning and give you something to work on.
When learning to drive it is important to reflect back on mistakes you make. Mistakes are normal and as we just said…

Speed Limits

Speed LimitsAt 4front Driving School we encourage our students to be observant towards speed limit signs and look out for the change of speed which is more likely to be placed at the junction to a new road, but can also appear at points on a long carriageway too. National Speed LimitThis sign indicates that the national speed limit applies, which is for cars 60mph on a single carriageway or 70mph on a dual carriageway or motorway. It doesn’t necessarily mean that the road is safe to do 60mph or 70mph all the times – there may be sharp bends and other challenging sections, especially on a single carriageway road. Therefore you as a driver have a responsibility to judge the safest speed to suit the road and the driving conditions.  To begin with when learning to drive we say to our learners to drive at a speed they feel comfortable with. Once you have built up your confidence you can aim towards achieving a safe speed to drive at. Remember it can also be dangerous driving to slow. There …

Personal Progress Log

My personal progress logWhy not create a personal log that you can update each driving lesson that reflects on what went well, what didn't go so well and what you may need to work on. This can help you progress and achieve your goals and give you personal targets to work towards.What went well? Praise yourself for what you have achieved that lesson and how far you have come. Look back on what you have learnt so far and what new challenges and situations you have faced. Have you achieved your goal from last lesson? What didn't go so well? What didnt go so well that you may need to work on. Why didn't it go to plan and what would you do differently if you were to face that same situation again? What do you need to work on next time? Give yourself a goal for next lesson. Make it your target and remember to reflect back on it before your lesson.If you are interested in learning to drive then please call Simon at 4front Driving School on 07905657229 Or visit our website on http://www…

Free Highway Code Download

Free Copy Of The Highway Code To DownloadThis is a free PDF download to help you understand and revise the highway code.
Free Download
Its not just used to pass your theory, you need to understand the highway code everyday when out on the road, learning to drive and after passing your practical driving test. Click on the image or link below to open the resource.
https://www.highwaycodeuk.co.uk/uploads/3/2/9/2/3292309/the_official_highway_code_-_20-08-2019.pdf
If you are interested in learning to drive then please call Simon at 4front Driving School on 07905657229
Or visit our website on http://www.4frontdrivingschool.co.ukYou can email 4frontdrivingschool@gmail.com
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Learn Your Road Signs

Learn Your Road SignsThis is a free PDF download to help you understand and recognise your road / traffic signs.


Its not just used to pass your theory, you need to recognise them everyday when out on the road, learning to drive and after passing your practical driving test. Click on the image or link below to open the resource.

https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/519129/know-your-traffic-signs.pdf
If you are interested in learning to drive then please call Simon at 4front Driving School on 07905657229
Or visit our website on http://www.4frontdrivingschool.co.ukYou can email 4frontdrivingschool@gmail.com
Or visit our Facebook Page at http://www.facebook.com/4frontdrivingschool

Key Worker/ Critical Worker Driving Tests

Coronavirus (COVID-19): conducting driving tests for key workers   
From Friday 24 April, DVSA have launched a new service to help make it quicker and easier for Key Workers (Critical Worker) to apply for an emergency driving test or an emergency theory test.
The online emergency driving test can be booked on the following link.Book an emergency driving testWhen booking you will be asked a series of questions to ensure that you fit into the key worker category. If you are able to book a key worker driving test contact us and we will happily arrange the lessons with you.If you need an emergency worker theory test this can be booked on the link below. The same rules apply for the theory test in that you have to satisfy the DVSA that you are a critical worker.Emergency theory testLets hope that this is the start of the recovery and a glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel.From all of us at 4front Driving School If you are interested in learning to drive then please call Simon at 4front …

Sat Nav In Your Driving Test

Sat Nav In Your Driving TestThis part of the test is your independent driving part and it’ll last around 20 minutes - roughly half of the test.Following directions from a sat navDuring the independent driving part of the test, most candidates will be asked to follow directions from a sat nav.The examiner will provide the sat nav (a TomTom Start 52) and set it up. You won’t need to set the route - the examiner will do this for you. So, it doesn’t matter what make or model of sat nav you practise with.You can’t follow directions from your own sat nav during the test - you have to use the one supplied by the examiner.You’ll be able to ask the examiner for confirmation of where you’re going if you’re not sure. It won’t matter if you go the wrong way unless you nake a fault while doing it.One in 5 driving tests won’t use a sat nav. You’ll need to follow traffic signs instead.If you are interested in learning to drive then please call Simon at 4front Driving School on 07905657229
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