Nearly all crashes on a motorway are due to what happens after the initial incident, while mirrors and signalling are taught on the driving test, they are not taught to the required standard needed for motorway driving. In short while you are potentially driving on regardless you could be causing a wake of damage in your path.
Our Motorway lesson are a 4 hour course (not needed if you have taken our Pass Plus Advanced course) and will take you from being the average driver into someone who has the skills needed for safe motorway driving for all users.
These are a selection of some of the circumstances your training will include, but this is not an exhaustive list.
Turning onto a motorway
Gaining sufficient speed as not to disrupt the flow of traffic
Finding a place to get onto the motorway from the slip road
When to overtake other vehicles
How to drive at a speed which creates safety
How to drive at a speed lower then the speed limit but decreases your journey time
How to spot hazards
Learning the additional hazards a motorway creates and how to avoid them.
What to do in an emergency
How to exit a motorway
Experiencing tiredness and the effect it has on your driving
This course is priced at £547 and is delivered to you by experts. If you just want to have a "bit of a run" then go and find any driving school, we are sure they will help you. Our course is designed to show you how to keep your car insurance claim free and more importantly how to keep you and other motorway users safe. You have a responsibility, be the best you can.
Due to increasing demand you may experience a waiting list, please call now to check for availability.
The following is a guide which you can download now to help you keep safe on our motorways. This guide provides the latest advice and information on how to drive safely and confidently on UK motorways. Make sure you know how to tackle difficult driving conditions and what to do if you breakdown or are involved in an incident.
5 reasons to download it:
Keeping you safe – refresh your driving knowledge and make sure you know the rules of the motorway to help keep yourself and others safe
Stay up-to-date – this guide contains the latest information on Smart motorways (formerly active traffic management or managed motorways) from the Highways Agency
It's the law – references key Highway Code rules which MUST be adhered to in order to avoid fines, penalty points, disqualification and even prison
For learners – this guide will help learners to progress to motorway driving after their test and underlines the importance of preparing to plan their journey
Be safer on the road – explains what to do if your vehicle breaks down on the motorway, and what to do in the event of an incident or emergency
MR AND MRS FREDERIKS
THOMAS JAMES AND PARTNERS