Only about a quarter of the world drive on the left hand side. It may seem very strange to the rest of the world but it is deemed perfectly normal to those that live in the UK. Someone curiously asked me “Why do Britons drive on the left?” To be honest I had no idea, I am not a walking Wikipedia, but it surely could help right-handed drivers get accustomed to driving in Britain. Read the rest of this entry »
No matter how hard you try and spend money on any professional motoring school, the importance of friends and family can’t be overlooked.
I still remember when I was given my first bike for passing the twelfth grade. Being an amateur, I had a brief encounter with the Road Transport Office(RTO) people regarding driving rules. Though, in reality it was my classmates and my neighbors who actually helped me out whenever I faced problems while using my brand new bike. Read the rest of this entry »
Starting 4 October 2010, Independent Driving Test results will be taken into account while judging a candidate’s ability to drive a motor vehicle. Until now, the practical test always had an examiner sitting besides and directing the candidate. However, most novice drivers, when on their own, find it difficult to drive alone without any help to guide them. Read the rest of this entry »