In part three, we covered the seat belt section of the cockpit drill routine. Fantastic, youâ€™re nearly done! In part four, Book Theory Test Today guides you through mirror checks.
In part two, we covered the steering element of the cockpit drill routine. In part three, Book Theory Test Today guides you through the all-important seat belt checks.
In part one, we covered two parts of the cockpit drill routine. In part two, Book Theory Test Today guides you through the steering checks of the cockpit drill.
Gents, itâ€™s not what youâ€™re thinking it is right now! The cockpit drill is the initial checks you should carry out before even turning the key in the ignition. In part one, Book Theory Test Today guides you through some aspects of the drill.
What is a blind spot? How do I check blind spots? Your blind spot questions answered in Book Theory Test Todayâ€™s learner driver guide to blind spotsâ€¦
The number of uninsured drivers on Britainâ€™s roads rises. Whoâ€™s getting the brunt of the blame? Young drivers. Find out whyâ€¦
Whistleblower confirms what learner drivers have long suspected. Driving test centres do have â€˜pass and fail targets.â€™
Young driver schemes all over Britain are proving to be a great success. The latest addition to Britainâ€™s best young motorist list is a 14-year-old driver from Grantham.
A terrified learner driver witnesses â€˜Range Rover road rageâ€™ first hand as his driving instructor has his elbow broken by an impatient buffoon. The instructor recounts the experienceâ€¦
The DVSA has really outdone themselves this time, deeming a blood glucose monitor an â€˜inappropriate itemâ€™ to have in a theory test.