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Formula to work out stopping distances.

One of the parts of the theory test that people always say they struggle to remember is the stopping distances.  Well there is a formula to help you work them out, so as long as you can remember the formula … Continue reading

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Common lane fault while negotiating Denbigh Roundabout

A common fault that I regularly see while driving on the Denbigh Roundabout (IKEA) in Bletchley is to do with lane discipline around the entrance to the roundabout from Bletcham Way West.  I feel this is to do with the … Continue reading

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Pedestrian Crossings

There are 5 types of pedestrian crossing currently in use.  You can use this as a guide on how to identify them. Zebra Crossing The Zebra crossing is the easiest one to identify because it has black and white stripes … Continue reading

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Cheating the Test

The life’s of you and I at being but at risk by learners trying to cheat at the test according to an article written in the Mirror recently.  They appear to have gotten the information from a freedom of information … Continue reading

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Practicing with your parents (Private Practice)

Learning to drive with family or friends can save you money and help you get to test standard quicker, but I recommend you still use a qualified driving instructor and just practice with family or friends.  You should also ask … Continue reading

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What to expect on test day.

Like normal you will be picked up from home 1 hour before the start of your test.  You should make sure that you bring both parts of your driving license, also they ask you to bring your theory pass certificate, … Continue reading

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Welcome to my new blog

Hi everyone, I have decided im going to start a blog linked to LeaP School of Motoring so that i can pool tips and resources for pupils into one central focal point. If you would like me to write about … Continue reading

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