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Hazard perception

There is a portion of your road test where you need to identify hazard. Being a safe driver means you are able to properly identify anything that can be harmful to you or those around you. 264 more words

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Parking on hills

Your examiner will be looking for you to recognize any time you are parked on a hill. They will be testing you to see if you can recognize the hill, and if it is, which way you would turn the steering wheel. 378 more words

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How to do reverse stall parking

This week we will be discussing backing up into a parking stall, also known as reverse stall parking.

This particular manoeuvre is just as intimidating as… 894 more words

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How to parallel park

If you’re a new driver, you might find parallel parking a little intimidating. I know what you’re thinking: How am I ever going to learn how to do this? 820 more words

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How do to hand-over-hand steering: Tips for new drivers

In this blog post, we’ll cover hand-over-hand steering, which is the safest and most efficient way to steer the steering wheel.

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The basics of doing left turns

Once you’ve mastered doing right turns, you and your driving instructor can start working on your left turns. Of course, we would be starting out with small streets as left turns at traffic lights can get very overwhelming and complicated. 820 more words

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Almost everything you need to know about doing right turns properly

As a new driver, doing right turns properly is one of the first things you’ll learn during your driving lessons. This is a basic skill you’ll need to master before moving on to doing left turns, which is a bit more complex. 1,009 more words

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