There have been numerous first time test passes recently, And I am looking to include them in my site soon.
Well done to Harry carson on passing your test at the Chorley test center first time.
OK, the time has come for me to look at changing my car as the lease is up in a few months.
The car I have lined up is the superb Citroen DS3.
This car has it all:
Amazing fuel figures
Easy to drive
Great visibility through the windows
This IS the car to learn in.
I have just made a Facebook Group that I am hoping to get new, old, and already qualified drivers to interact with each other providing driving tips, there will be regular questions posted by me, please try and get involved by either answering the questions posted, or even asking your own, and I will answer them ASAP.
I find this appalling,
Panic buying fuel.
Is this a good idea?
do most of the people panic buying fuel actually need to buy some yet?
only the other day when I needed to fill up to be able to run my Business, the guy at another pump only put £3 in his tank. WHY??
If only people would go for fuel as they "NORMALLY" do, then there would be no problem.
The strike hasn't even been given the go ahead, so why panic buy now? will they panic buy again if the strike actually goes ahead?
How many people take post test training to make sure they are as good a driver that they think they are?
Do you regularly self asses if what you just did whilst driving was the best way you could have done it?
When a near miss happens who do you blame?
This page is mainly just my thoughts, but also questions into why people do certain things, would love your input.