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This new edition has been updated to include details on independent driving (which is being introduced into the practical driving test from October 2010), additional information on emergency diversions and travelling through road works, and advice on overtaking slow-moving vehicles, plus other key revisions. The Official DSA Guide to Driving - the essential skills, together with The Official Highway Code and Know Your Traffic Signs, provides the source material for learner car driver and driving instructor theory tests, being referenced throughout with the latest official DSA theory test titles for car drivers.
This publication, compiled by the Driving Standards Agency, contains official best practice guidance on the skills required to ride a motorcycle safely, and is suitable for both learners and experienced riders. Topics covered include: the motorcycle rider and the law; choosing a motorcycle; clothing and protection; motorcycle controls; traffic signs; defensive riding; riding in bad weather, at night or on motorways; passengers and loads; basic maintenance; accidents and emergencies; eco-safe riding; dealing with traffic congestion; and travelling in Europe.
The official guide which explains the standards required to complete the Compulsory Basic Training (CBT) course and pass the practical motorcycle test. Good preparation will make it more likely to achieve a pass first time whilst also improving skills for the future.
This Driving Standards Agency publication contains guidance on the official syllabus and practical test requirements for driving a large goods vehicle (LGV), as well as on driving techniques for different vehicles and conditions, load restraint, EC and UK legal requirements, working time and tachograph regulations, freight transport organisation, dealing with emergencies, new safety checks and minimum test vehicle requirements. This new edition includes information to help prepare for the extended theory and practical tests that link to the introduction of the Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) in September 2009. It supersedes the 7th edition (2005, ISBN 9780115526565).
Produced by the Driving Standards Agency, this DVD publication is the official interactive guide to the standards required for passing the practical driving test, compatible with DVD players, games consoles and PCs. It includes an interactive menu with information on the 24 key skills required to pass the test, as well a digital version of 'The Highway Code', a video showing what to expect when taking the test, guidance on the top ten reasons why people fail their test; and links to relevant websites. It supersedes "The official guide to learning to drive" DVD (2004, ISBN 0115526099).
Author: Driving Standards Agency Executive Agency of the Department for Transport
This comprehensive guide provides you with everything you need to know to learn and maintain safe driving skills for life. For learners, experienced motorists, professional drivers and instructors alike. Five reasons to buy it: 1) For your driving life packed with loads of useful advice to help you stay safe on the roads; ideal for refreshing your knowledge before and after your test; 2) For learners key source material for car and driving instructor theory tests, study this text for complete test preparation; 3) Driving techniques information on essential driving skills including manoeuvring, defensive driving and overtaking safely; 4) All conditions including driving at night, in all weather conditions and through road works; 5) Extra information including vehicle maintenance and security, ecosafe driving, towing, driving in Europe and advice for taxi drivers.
The only official guide which explains the standards required to complete the CBT course and pass the new practical motorcycle test being introduced on 27 April 2009. Good preparation will make it more likely to achieve a pass first time whilst also improving skills for the future. Key features: includes information about the new modular practical test to be introduced on 27 April 2009; detailed information on all five CBT elements and a CBT record to complete; provides simple, clear advice on the motorcycle practical test requirements.