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DRIVING INFORMATION

  • Applying for a licence
  • Driving Theory
  • Driving Practice
  • Highway Code
  • Driving Law
We appreciate that learning to drive can often seem a confusing and complicated process; particularly with the numerous forms that need to be completed and the vast amounts of learner driver information you need to remember.

Find out more about:

  • Your driving theory test
  • Applying for your practical driving test
  • The Highway Code
  • Up-to-date driving laws
  • Applying for a Foreign driving licence

Road Safety :

India has the second largest road network in the world with over 3 million km of roads of which 60% are paved. These roads make a vital contribution to the India's economy. On the whole, the facilities for the road users are not up to the mark, leading to a high toll of the death victims. Recently, there is a growing concern over the road crash problem.
With the advancement of technology, the most developed projects undertaken along with the real estate are the massive road building projects. But while new roads are being built, faster and faster automobiles are being invented in high numbers making road safety a crucial question.
Road safety is emerging as a major social concern in the country. The statistics are mind boggling with an average mortality rate of 100,000 persons dying in road accidents.

suggests the following criteria in choosing the best driving school:

  1. Consider instructor experience when evaluating a school.
  2. Continuing education ensures instructors know how to teach current information such as visual search techniques in lessons.
  3. School management and instructional staff should have competent professional development courses.
  4. Choose a school with adequate classroom space. It should be neat, clean and organized.
  5. The classroom should be equipped with instructional equipment such as VCR, DVD, CD player, white board, overhead, projector and other visual aids.
  6. Classroom and in-car lessons should follow a logical sequence starting with the basics and moving to more sophisticated concepts and driving scenarios.
  7. Beginners learn best with 60 minute lessons. After 45 minutes of behind the wheel, beginners are fatigued and tense, making additional driving time unproductive.
  8. Instructional vehicles should be late model cars in good condition and with low miles. Newer vehicles have more advanced safety systems.
  9. In-car lessons should follow pre-planned routes chosen for specific instructional content. Routes should vary by instructional topic.
  10. Driving environments should include residential streets, city traffic, rural roads, highways and freeways.
  11. Instructors should record and evaluate the studentís progress after each lesson.
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