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Easy systems to help you pass your driving test

You can choose any of these systems to help you learn to drive and pass your driving test: you simply need to apply the system while driving and it will make you a better, safer driver. If you have a

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Can you drive after an amputation?

Existing drivers You must tell DVLA if you have had a limb amputated, but DVLA does not specify how much of that limb has to be amputated before you tell them. Therefore it’s best to disclose it even if it’s

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What does lane keep assist do?

Lane keep assist is a system that gently tries to guide your car back between the lines if it’s about to drift over the lines. The drift is usually caused by distraction, inattention or microsleeps, so lane keep assist is

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Lane splitting and filtering on a motorbike

Filtering is moving through traffic that is stopped, either between lanes or to the left or right, while lane splitting is moving through traffic between lanes that are moving slowly or have stopped. Drive in any of the big UK

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MOT test

How does the MOT work? You can be fined up to £1,000 for driving a vehicle without a valid MOT so it’s important you know the updated rules for getting one for your vehicle. Defect categorisation Defects found during the

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Do you need a first aid kit in your car?

The law There is no law that states you must carry a first aid kit in a private vehicle in the UK. However, if you travel to Europe then you will likely drive in a country, such as Austria, Germany

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Driving while pregnant

There are no laws in the UK to prevent you from driving or being a passenger in a car while pregnant but there are some things you should consider to ensure your trip is safe and comfortable. Should you drive

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