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Driving Theory Test
Wednesday, 26 March 2008
DSA driving practical test - Book Only for A# 2.49
Mood:  special
Topic: driving books

Pass your DSA driving practical test - Book Only for £ 2.49 - Fantastic lowest price deal
-Explained with The Highway Code rules
-Know what will be assessed on exam day
-What is expected and how you should do it?
-Graphic illustration of driving test manoeuvres
-Know why learners fail in the test
-Easy to follow tips and hints
-Fully illustrated, full colour graphics
-Includes DSA driver record - Check your readiness for the exam

This book covers
-Detailed advice and tips on how to improve key competencies necessary for safe driving
-Know what to expect on your driving test day
-Know how examiner will assess your performance
-Areas where you need to demonstrate consistent independent performance
-Why learners fail?
-Also includes drivers record
The record is based on the official learning to drive syllabus and lists all the skills you need to drive safely. It will help you to
-See how you are progressing and identify the skills that need more attention.
-Keep track of your progress and encourage you to become skilled in all the key areas.
-Prepare for your practical test and become a safer driver.

In full colour, glossy pages
Only for £ 2.49 - Fantastic lowest price deal

Click here to buy now














Posted by Jane Grath at 7:45 AM BST
Monday, 25 February 2008
Driving Mistakes - Penalty Points
Mood:  cool

If you've just passed your first driving test - congratulations!

Statistics show you're most at risk of having an accident in the two years or so after you pass your test - one in five newly qualified drivers have a crash within a year. Your licence will be taken away if you increase that risk by committing offences like speeding.

If you are convicted of a motoring offence, the court can endorse your driving licence with penalty points or order a period of disqualification from driving. The details are entered on your driving record and your paper driving licence or photo-card D740 paper counterpart document.

The penalty point system is intended to deter drivers and motorcyclists from following unsafe motoring practices. Certain non-motoring offences, e.g. failure to rectify vehicle defects, can also attract penalty points. The court MUST order points to be endorsed on the licence according to the fixed number or the range set by Parliament. The accumulation of penalty points acts as a warning to drivers and motorcyclists that they risk disqualification if further offences are committed.
If you have six or more points on your licence during the first two years, you will lose your licence and will have to go through all the driving tests again as a learner. This means that you will have to reapply for a provisional licence and take both the theory and the practical test again.

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Posted by Jane Grath at 9:25 AM GMT

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