To some it seems like an unnecessary expense, especially for those in their teens or early twenties who can usually find much better things to spend their money on. Learning to drive, however, can open all sorts of new opportunities and expand your horizons in ways you may not have thought of.
Not only are many employers nowadays looking for someone with a clean driving licence, the opportunity to just get in the car and ‘go’ is one of the most liberating experiences you can have. Of course, you may be able to do all that by cadging a lift off friends or parents, but it’s so much easier to grab your keys and start up the motor if you know how to drive and own a car. Continue reading 6 Things you can’t do if you don’t learn to drive
If you’ve just passed your driving test and are ready to hit the road, the next big challenge, if you haven’t already done it, is to buy a vehicle. Most people remember their first cars with fondness and for younger drivers it can mark the moment when they confirm going from a teenager to full blown adult. Continue reading Top Cars for a First Time Driver
Before you can get you can get in a car and start taking driving lessons you will need to apply for a provisional driving licence. This gives you permission to drive a vehicle on UK roads under the supervision of either a qualified instructor or someone over 21 who has more than 3 years driving experience. It does not allow you to get in a car on your own and drive. Continue reading How to Apply for your First Driving Licence