How to prepare for your first drive alone

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You’ve passed your driving test! You’re now itching to get in the car, without your driving instructor, and drive away to your new found freedom – but reality hits, you don’t feel as confident as you perhaps thought. Many new drivers experience nerves for their first drive alone after passing their driving test. It’s normal,… Read more »

Top tips on combating nerves on the day of your test

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Failure of a driving test can be due to several of reasons, some in your control and some that aren’t. However nerves just depend on the type of person you are. It’s normal to feel nervous, but if you’re properly prepared, then there’s no need to feel worried. However we all know this is easier… Read more »

Drive Safely This Winter and Use These Car Care Tips

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If this is your first winter as a new driver, you’ll notice there are a few new challenges to negotiate and for many people, this can be a bit of a shock. With icy roads, snowy conditions, freezing fog and reduced visibility, extra care needs to be taken when driving, and the condition of your… Read more »

Essential Tips Every New Driver Needs to Know

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Even if you’ve just passed your driving test with flying colour, statistics show that one in five new drivers will be involved in a crash in their first year of driving, and one in three drivers killed in accidents are under the age of 25. Here at Weekly Crash Courses, we’ve put together 5 essential… Read more »

Simple Tips to Ace your Theory Test!

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Before you can attempt your practical driving test, you will need to take and pass your theory test. Whilst it may at first glance, look like the easier test, it’s split into two parts – a multiple choice test of 50 questions, and a hazard perception test and costs £30 to take each time! You… Read more »