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The learning doesn't stop when you pass your test! Whether you've just passed, or are looking for advice and tips on trying something new, like motorway driving - our driving tips will help you get to know your car better and you some handy advice.
You've lost your driving licence and are worried - what do you do? How do you replace it? Don't worry - whether you're on a provisional or full licence, replacing one that has been lost or stolen isn't a difficult process.
You’re going to have to fill up your car at some point! It’s not a difficult process, but as with anything, if you’ve never done it before then it can feel quite daunting, so we're here to guide you through it.
Taking your car on the motorway for the first time can be nerve-wracking if you’re not prepared. So we’ve put our heads together and come up with some handy tips to make sure your first time goes without a hitch.
Do you know your dipped beams from your side lights? Your fogs from your hazards? Using and maintaining your car lights correctly is all part and parcel of staying safe on the road, so here, we talk about the external lights on your car.
If your car was made in the last ten years or so it almost certainly features a dazzling array of sensors and electronics, all designed to give you an up to date picture of how your vehicle’s running and hopefully make your journeys a little smoother.
Chris Bensted, ADI (Approved Driving Instructor) and co-owner of Better ADIs, gives his advice on coping with anxiety behind the wheel.
In support of Mental Health Awareness Week, which takes place 8-14 May this year, Marmalade have worked with young drivers and driving instructors to put together some advice to help young drivers cope with anxiety when driving - as learners, or new drivers.
Sometimes, hearing people’s real experiences can provide added re-assurance and show what steps other people took in a similar situation.