How To Deal With Bus Lanes During Your Driving Lessons In Leeds

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There is always confusion around when to use bus lanes when taking driving lessons in Leeds.

There are 2 bus lanes on the horsforth test routes in Leeds

The bus lane on kirkstall road opposite the kirkstall abbey is clearly marked red on the road and the signs do not have any times indicated so in this situation the bus lane is in operation 24/7 so you will need to stay out of it only buses cyclist and hackney taxis can use ...

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Top 10 reasons for Failing the Driving Test

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The following are the top 10 reasons for failing your driving test given by the driving test standard agency for year 2014- 2015 

1-Junctions observation

When approaching or emerging onto  roads, make sure that you do so in a safe manner as you do not want to make any other vehicle slow down or change their direction because of your actions. This applies at all junctions including roundabouts.  If your view is limited into the road you are emerging onto due to parked cars then edge carefully forward until you can see clearly enough to join the main road in ...

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Pedestrian Crossings

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Pedestrian Crossing

Highway Code rules 18 to 30

There are mainly three types of pedestrian crossing

Zebra Crossing:-

When approaching a Zebra Crossing look well in advance for pedestrians that may be walking close to it as a clue that they will cross from there and use you MSM routine to be aware that if you do need to slow down and stop for pedestrians that you do so in a controlled manner by easing off your speed and being aware of the vehicle ...

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Dual carriageways: lane discipline

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Highway Code Rules 137 -138

Driving Lesson Leeds Tips

Please be advised a duel carriageway is a road which is separated with a central reservation.

You should generally stay in the left hand lane unless you are overtaking and once you have overtaken go back into your left hand lane using the msm routine.

When exiting a roundabout onto a duel carriageway check your nearside mirror and join where possible the left hand lane.

When changing lanes on a duel carriageway assess your ...

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Intensive Driving Courses In Leeds

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Intensive Driving Courses Available in Leeds –

Learning to drive is usually an essential skill that we all usually need during our lifetimes for social and pleasure or business purposes. Learning to drive is a skill that you cannot learn overnight and it could take months or even years to pass the required driving test.

But if you require a full license quickly or don’t have the patience then weekly lessons will not benefit you. Intensive driving courses are run by most ...

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Are Intensive Driving Courses For You?

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When someone wants to learn to drive like most things nowadays some people want their full licence straight away and there are many genuine reasons why this might be the case. For example you may need your full driving because for a new job or it could be

More convenient to drive to school, university or work rather than taking public transport so you could take an intensive driving course also sometimes known as a crash course.

What are intensive driving courses?

As ...

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Are Cheap Driving Lessons In Leeds Worth Taking On?

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At some time in our lifetime nearly all of us will need to learn to drive either for social and pleasure purposes or having to learn to drive for work, so the age we can learn if we don’t have any disabilities is 17.to apply for a provisional licence you can either pick up the application forms from any main post office or apply online through www.gov.uk.

So now we have a provisional driving license the question that needs to ...

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What Are The Advantages Of Intensive Driving Courses?

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As a beginner in learning to drive it is reckoned that if you take hour tuition per week it can take possibly up to fourteen months to get to test standard depending on your ability of learning a skill.

Taking an intensive driving course you could get up to test standard in as little as a week and pass the practical test of just having a week’s driving practice. Passing your driving test which is set by the DSA {Driving Standards ...

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Can You Learn To Drive With An Intensive Driving Course?

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Most teenagers when they hit the ripe old age of 17 pretty much want to learn to drive as soon as possible and hope to pass their practical test as quickly and hold that pretty full pink licence, maybe it’s just part of adult hood and another trophy in the cupboard for most but as we know learning to drive is a skill that can take a long time to learn depending on each ones individual mindset and learning ability.

A ...

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Are Intensive Driving Lessons Right For You?

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Are intensive driving lessons right for you? This is an option to take to learn to drive and will be the quickest way. A standard course of lessons can take a lot of time. Intensive driving lessons are tailored to get your licences quickly. If you do go down the route of going for intensive driving lessons then make sure you pick an experienced driving instructor. You may need your licence quickly due to needing to drive for ...

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