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I talk a lot to my pupils about the difference bteween 'seeing'and 'looking'.
This video makes the difference very clear!
Many people don't realise that you can get your Provisional Licence 3 months before you turn 17.
This is also the ideal time to find and book your Driving Instructor if you haven't already. In fact I would recommend booking as far in advance as possible- this means you choose the Driving Instructor you choose, rather than the one that is left available.
*You need your Provisional Licence to start lessons.
I will be able to guide you as to when to book your practical test.
**You cannot do this until you have passed your Theory. It is important that you have covered the criteria laid out in the DVSA Syllabus (National Standards for Driver and Rider Trainers) and are ready for a safe future on the road.
*The DVSA do not provide vehicles. I will need to be available so you can book a slot to use my car. Check I am available before booking the slot!
The DVSA have strict cancellation policies and you could lose your fee.
I believe in an honest and open approach.
To this end I have Terms and Conditions to protect both pupil and instructor which can be found below.
Matt Shurmer Driving School provides customers with an online and app based Theory Test training package.
Pupils can use this for free and in unlimited fashion for 6 months
This is specifically designed to tailor your learning and make success specific to you.
We also provide 6 months free access to an online package designed to help nervous and/ or anxious pupils.
With additional resources such as a Training Logbook and dedicated app to stimulate and speed up progress, a free copy of The Highway Code and a free copy of Know Your Traffic Signs, we give you the complete package to be ablke to pass your test first time!
Based on guidance contained within the Highway Code, Blue Light Aware is a resource containing short videos and animations, produced on behalf of the emergency services. Their crews rely on the help of other road users when they’re on a ‘blue light’ journey. By taking the time to watch Blue Light Aware you will better understand the needs of emergency drivers, reducing the risks you face; while contributing to a safer road environment.
What to do when there's an emergency vehicle behind you when there are double white lines on the road.
One of the most common scenarios, here we show you how to deal with an emergency vehicles at red traffic lights.
Breaking down at any time can be frightening, but more so on the motorway. Here we tell you how to keep yourself and others safe.
What to do to help emergency vehicles at roundabouts.