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Archive for May, 2014

Manoeuvres – Turn in the Road

May 27, 20141 Comment

Continuing with the tips for teaching learner drivers theme this week Blaine talks about the turn in the road manoeuvre, finding an appropriate area to practice and the benefits of keeping the full steering lock on. He also talks about using the curb during this manoeuvre.

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The future of Telematics Technology in Cars

May 21, 20143 Comments

An article in the Daily Mail recently talks about how the UK government it powerless to stop EU Commission put tracking devices in all new cars. Richard Kings from ingenie talks about the benefits of telematics and how it can help us.

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Manoeuvres – Teaching Parking Bays

May 20, 20143 Comments

Following on from last week’s blog about teaching manoeuvres, Blaine talks about teaching our pupils how to reverse into a parking bay but ensuring we get their speed and steering consistent before introducing reference points.

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Tips for Teaching Manoeuvres

May 16, 20140 Comments

This week Blaine will be introducing tips for teaching manoeuvres to your pupils, when to starting to teaching them and what to teach. Over the next few weeks Blaine will look at different manoeuvres and break these down into useful techniques that he has found to work well for his pupils.

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Can a Positive Attitude Improve Road Safety?

May 7, 20141 Comment

We are looking at the benefits of a positive attitude and if it can have an impact behind the wheel and ultimately on road safety. It’s the start of Driving Instructor Positivity Week so let’s start by looking at the benefits of a positive attitude.

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