Just because you have diabetes doesn’t mean you can’t drive anymore. What you need to do is plan your driving day better than someone who does not have diabetes. Here are a few things to bear in mind when driving as a diabetic to help keep you safe.
I now have the facility for all students and future students to book, move and cancel their lessons online. Click below and follow the instructions.
So many times when looking at websites I see such claims from driving schools of ‘guaranteed pass’ and it makes me wonder if people really believe this? I was having a look at a few driving websites today and thought I would write a quick article on the subject.
Before you take your practical driving test you will need to pass the theory and hazard perception test. This test is taken at one of the local theory test centres and for the Brighton and Hove area you have a number of choices of which one to book (see below).
One of the first things you will learn when being taught to drive is how to setup your mirrors. Using your mirrors are essential when driving, not just when learning to drive but also twenty years later!!
For your practical driving test you will be asked two “show me/ tell me” questions. There are nineteen questions in total and here are the questions ans answers.
So your child / sister / brother / friend (from now on I will call them “Billy”) is having driving lessons and he or she wants you to take them out to practice driving in your car? I guess you probably went cold when they told you this, or thought “oh no, my poor car”, or “they are going to … Read More
I have passed my driving test and can now finally drive my own car. But what should I keep in it? This is a question I sometimes get asked. So here is a list of items I would keep in my car.
It’s not something you really want to contemplate when learning to drive, but you might one day be involved in a car accident. If this does happen then you need to know what to do and what not to do!