Driving Goods Vehicles: The Official DSA Syllabus
This book is the only official guide, which explains the standards required to pass today's practical LGV test. Packed with expert advice to help all LGV drivers become safer on the road, this new edition for 2005 is the definitive guide for new and experienced goods vehicle drivers. It is fully illustrated and written in a clear and easy-to-understand style by the Driving Standards Agency - the people who actually conduct the practical LGV tests. Thousands of deaths that occur each year on UK roads may be prevented by improving standards of driving. By promoting the correct attitude and approach, along with essential professional driving skills, this book will keep you and your load on the road to safe driving for life. Whether you're a new or experienced LGV driver, this complete official DSA manual will help you to acquire and maintain the skills necessary to you safe on the road. This new edition has been updated to include the very latest information on avoiding and dealing with congestion and Eco-safe driving. guidance on the official LGV syllabus and practical test requirements, attitude and driving techniques for different vehicles and conditions, EC and UK legal requirements, new working time regulations, load restraint, dealing with emergencies, and changes in rules relating to those persons who are authorized to stop vehicles. This book supersedes 0 11 552485 1.
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PART TWO Understanding large goods vehicles
Drivers hours and records
PART FOUR Driver skills
Driving at night
Green issues helping the environment
How to apply for your test
PART SIX The LGV driving test
Using the mirrors
Selecting a safe place to stop
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