Learn to Drive in 10 Easy Stages: Pass Rates of Over Double the National Average Achieved in Field Trials

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Kogan Page Publishers, 1999 - Automobile driver education - 192 pages

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"Quite simply, this is the best book for learner drivers I have read" KENNETH PARKER, ADI

"The best driver teaching aid I have encountered" ANDY HOWES, ADI

About to take your driving test? How confident are you of passing first time? As with any examination, your success depends very much on how well prepared you are. Learn to Drive in 10 Easy Stages is noe established as one of the most popular and best-selling guides to preparing for your driving test. By following the carefully structured step-by-step programme, it is guarenteed to boost your confidence and double your chances of passing first time. This edition of Learn to Drive has been fully revised and updated to take account of the new test format. Designed to be as user friendly as possible this clearly illustrated guide will teach you all you need to ensure that you are well prepared for the theory and practical tests. It covers: getting to know the car; the first steps in learning to drive; handling all the manoeuvres; using common sense and avoiding danger; coping with higher speeds; dealing with difficult situations. For half the cost of a driving lesson, you can immediately improve your chances of success.


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About the author (1999)

Margaret Stacey

Margaret Stacey served on the Management Committee of ADITE - The Approved Driving Instructors` Training Establishment directory (now ORDIT) - as the representative of The Approved Driving Instructors` National Joint Council. She was a secretary to the Steering Committee that formulated the standards for the NVQ in Driving Instruction. She is a Driving Standards Agency Approved Driving Instructor and qualified tutor and has well over 30 years` experience within the driving instruction industry.

Margaret is the author of Learn to Drive in 10 Easy Stages, The Advanced Driver`s Handbook and the AUTODRIVA Instructor Home Study Programme, which is used, on licence, by other training establishments throughout the UK. Her website can be found at http://www.autodriva.co.uk.

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