Introduction & Town Driving
Observation, judgment and awareness.
Consideration for vulnerable road users
Being cautious ( but not over cautious )
Keeping space around your car
Driving in rain, snow, mist, fog and bright sunshine.
The causes, prevention and correction of skidding
Braking on poor surfaces and aquaplaning.
Out Of Town Driving & Rural Roads
The main differences from town driving.
Observing the road ahead
Making progress safely.
Bends, hills uneven roads and dead ground.
Keeping a safe distance from the vehicle ahead.
The importance of headlights
Adjusting to the dark
Driving at dusk and dawn
Judging speed and distance
The correct use of lights
Anticipation and awareness of pedestrians, cyclists etc.
Judgment and planning
Joining and leaving
Overtaking and lane discipline
Correct use of speed
Courtesy to other road users
Use of lights, including hazard warning lights
Debris on the carriageway