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And that's it, just follow these tips and you'll be closer to passing your test! Prepare well, take your time and stay calm and you'll pass with flying colours and will soon be ready for the next stage, your practical driving test.
Accidents on Britain's roads are more likely to happen at night than during the day, with more than half of road deaths taking place at night. So make sure you follow these important driving tips to keep you safer after dark.
In case you're setting off on a long journey in the cold weather, or just popping round the corner to a friend's in your four wheels, here are a few obvious reminders to keep you safe:
Plan your journey - keeps the nerve levels down; it also means less chance of wasting fuel as you take the right route first time!
Avoid rush hour - why join the rest of the holiday crowds when you could enjoy a relaxing, empty road journey. It also means you'll get there much quicker - and safer!
Check your important basics - lights, oil, washer fluid, tyre tread and pressure. You want to be treated as a responsible driver on the roads, so it's best to act like one It also means you can say 'yes' with a smug smile on your face when your parents ask the question!
Fill up before you hit the motorway - this will save you some money which you can spend when you reach your destination!
If it's a lengthy journey and you're not used to being behind the wheel of the car for so long, break it up with some stops at service stations along the way. Get out, stretch your legs, and head for the nearest coffee point!
Finally - driving should always be fun in our book, so enjoy the journey and have a great time - wherever it is you're heading!