Automatic & Manual Driving Lessons Carlisle Driving Courses Carlisle Cumbria Driving Lessons Tailored to your Needs and Commitments from £320 Manual & Automatic (Kia Rio 4 see banner above top of the range & Honda Jazz sports edition ) with Keith Summers Best grade A, 30 Years Experienced DVSA Approved Driving Instructor with BA ( hons ) Degree, Pass Plus & Fleet Trainer Registered with C+G Teaching Certificate 7306+D32,D33 Assessors Award, NVQ In Driving Instruction, Member of ROSPA Advanced Drivers and Customer Service Diploma,driver trainer, High Pass Rate. If you are serious about getting your driving licence and want the best Look No Futher Keith Summers Driving Lessons in Carlisle..
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WHAT ABOUT THE THEORY TEST?
You must pass the Theory Test before you can take the practical test. study get 43 out of 50 and you are ready almost GUARANTEED to pass the real theory test . Study hard - as there are over 40,000 failures each year. The test is computer based and results will be given at the end of the test.
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WHAT IS AN INTENSIVE COURSE WITH AUTO DRIVER CARLISLE?
It eliminates the frustrating hour- long weekly lesson that seems to go on forever. With the introduction of the new longer test, weekly lessons will now take even longer to get to test standard.
WHY IS IT SO EFFECTIVE?
It overcomes the problems associated with weekly lessons, namely re-teaching. On average it will take you 15 minutes to get back to where you left off the previous week. Instructors can arrive 5 minutes late and finish 5 minutes early! Before you know it your lesson is over!
HOW LONG WILL I NEED?
We offer courses to suit all driving abilities and ages. You already should have a good idea of your learning ability, however, we work on an hour for every year of your life. Remember it gets more difficult as you get older.
HOW ARE YOUR COURSES STRUCTURED?
We structure our courses to get the best performance together with rapid improvement from our pupils. We operate a 2 tier system to give the best possible chance of passing your test first time. Choose the one to suit you, bearing in mind the more tuition you receive, the better driver you will become. There are no short cuts. All tuition is "One to One" and the full course syllabus as laid down by the Driving Standards Agency is followed to the letter.
1. Entry checks 2. The Controls 3. Moving off, Steering, pulling in 4. Changing Gear 5. Co-ordination.
1. Effective use of mirrors 2. Cross roads & Junctions 3. Turning left/right 4. Roundabouts 5. Emergency stops.
1. Signaling & Communication 2. Pedestrian Crossings 3. Overtaking & meeting at crossings 4. Making progress 5. Busy traffic.
1. Maneuvering * Reversing to the left/right * Turning in the road * Reverse Parking incl. Parking Bays 2. Preparing for the Test 3. Mock Test 4. The Test.
The first thing you notice when getting into a car with automatic transmission is that it has no clutch. Hence the term ‘automatic’ – the car changes gear automatically without your direct intervention. Most automatic transmission has something called a ‘torque converter’. this is complicated thing that you don’t need to know about – it transmits engine power to the gearbox and on to the driving wheels.
Most automatics still have gears, typically 3 or 4; some modern cars have different settings, operated by engine management wizardry, which let you choose different driving modes depending on the traffic conditions and your mood (for example, you might have a ‘sport’ setting). ( NOT HONDA CVT CONSTANT VARIABLE TRANSMISION SMOOTH ) Whatever system the car is fitted with, all the driver has to do is stay awake, steer, brake and accelerate.
Why choose an ‘Automatic’ All new Electric and Luxury Cars Jaguar ext will be Automatic in the UK.> One reason might be that you can afford one! In most of Europe, the norm is to drive a car with manual transmission – the automatic is still the odd one out.well APART FROM USA INDONESEA JAPAN AUSTRALIA KOREA INDIA WELL EVERYWHERE BUT EUROPE WE ARE NOW THE ODD ONE OUT and all electric cars will be automatic so its the future.
Automatic transmission takes much of the physical work out of driving and leaves you with both hands on the wheel for more of the time. This should make you safer, especially if you do lots of long journeys or short trips in busy stop-start traffic.
Automatics used to be less reliable, but the technology is now well established and although you may use a little more fuel, the fact that many drivers find that driving an automatic is less stressful makes this a small price to pay.