Graham's School of Motoring

Graham's School of Motoring

About the blog

In this blog, I will post news and events, student passes and just about anything else that I think may be useful information.

Any changes to driving laws and regulations governing the driving test and conduct of driving instructors will be written about as a matter of importance for experienced and learner drivers alike.

Registered users will also be able to comment and leave their feedback of our service and web site.

Visitors are welcome to add their comments, but please be advised that any abusive or otherwise derrogatory remarks and messages will be deleted without hesitation.

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WelcomePosted by Graham Thu, June 20, 2013 16:27:49
A single dotted white line, at a mini roundabout. Means you MUST give way to traffic from the right.

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WelcomePosted by Graham Wed, June 19, 2013 14:01:08
Double dotted white lines, at a junction. Means you MUST give way to traffic on the major road.

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WelcomePosted by Graham Mon, June 17, 2013 13:55:58
The abbreviation, T S R & G D relates to the rules of the highway code, governed by traffic sign regulations & general directions.

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WelcomePosted by Graham Sat, June 15, 2013 15:21:35
The abbreviation R.V.L.R is short for. Road vehicle lighting regulations.

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WelcomePosted by Graham Sat, June 15, 2013 01:29:55
Loud music can mask the sounds of approaching traffic, and emergency vehicles.

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WelcomePosted by Graham Thu, June 13, 2013 19:34:54
If you are planning correctly, you should not need anymore than one gear change per hazard.

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WelcomePosted by Graham Wed, June 12, 2013 14:20:20
The driving test lasts approximately 40 minutes, throughout the test listen carefully to your examiner. Ask them to repeat anything you are unclear on.

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WelcomePosted by Graham Tue, June 11, 2013 22:57:54
Double white lines, running along the middle of the road. Means you MUST not overtake. Unless you are turning right, or passing a road maintenance vehicle travelling at 10 mph or less.

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WelcomePosted by Graham Sun, June 09, 2013 22:52:52
If the twin red lights continue to flash, at a level crossing after a train has passed. Another train is on the way.

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WelcomePosted by Graham Fri, June 07, 2013 23:31:33
Tiredness can kill, take regular comfort breaks, if you feel tired on a long journey and cannot pull over straight away. Open a window slightly keep the car ventilated, pull over as soon as as safe and convenient. Do NOT stop on the hard shoulder of a motorway, for any other reason than that of an emergency.

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