HOW TO GET READY FOR YOUR DRIVING LESSONS
Finding out to drive can be a complicated experience for the best people so here are RED Driving School’s leading ideas on how to prepare for your first driving lesson and subsequent tuition.
PRIOR TO YOUR FIRST LESSON
- Provisional licence– you will require to provide both the card and paper parts of you licence on your very first lesson. , if you need to apply for a licence you can select up an application kind from you local post office or you can use online at https://www.anewdriver.ie.
- By telephone or by post if you have lost part of your licence you need to replace this; you can do this online.
- Financial backing– prior to starting your lesson you will require to have an intend on how to pay for a full driving course whether this is through cost savings, work or family. If you do not have routine lessons, it does not pay to have lessons and then stop due to no cash as it will take you longer to pass your test.
- Time– ensure you have sufficient time to dedicate to learning to drive– after all it is a new ability that you are obtaining that will need routine practice in order for you to progress.
- We recommend you have one, 2 hour lesson weekly under the supervision of a professional driving trainer.
- Mindset– you require to be positive that you will discover how to drive but have the ability to make fun of yourself if you make mistakes, most of us do.
- Drink– prevent caffeine-based drinks such as tea and coffee before your driving lesson as this accelerates stress and anxiety and you will currently be nervous. It goes without saying that alcohol must be prevented both on the day of your lesson, however also the night before.
- Clothing– make sure that your clothes on your lesson is comfortable; you will be beinged in the car for a minimum of an hour. Likewise ensure that you use ideal shoes that you can feel the pedals through– no walking boots, heels or flip flops.
- Sleep– ensure you have a good night’s sleep the night before your lesson. You want to make certain you are alert as there will be a lot to take in on your very first lesson.
- Be prepared– on the day of your lesson ensure you have both parts of your licence, payment for your lesson and your glasses, if you require them.
IN BETWEEN YOUR LESSONS
When your driving lesson is over the knowing does not need to stop there. To improve your learning you could:
- Submit a student driver journal or journal– when your lesson is over, submit the journal with what you have actually covered in the lesson, what worked out and what didn’t. You can utilize this to reflect on the lesson and prepare for your next lesson. You can use the journal as a guide on what needs practising if you have somebody to practice with in between lessons.
- Theory and Threat Understanding practice– use the internet and books to modify for your theory test and threat understanding test. The faster your theory is passed the much better.
Do not forget that if you have any questions about your lessons, your driving ability or anything else then just ask your instructor.