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Top effective tips to become a great and skillful driver

The driving seat behind your steering comes with the responsibility of protecting yourself and others on the road. On average, it takes at least 45 hours for an individual to learn the basic skills of driving. The cars of today

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How do you know if your wheel nuts are coming loose?

Every year, many people are injured and some are killed in ‘wheel-off’ accidents. This is where the vehicle’s wheel comes off while the vehicle is moving. It’s a 70kg rolling missile which can cause serious damage if it runs into

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30 most common reasons you will fail your driving test

Pass rates are hovering around the 40-50% mark, so what is it that is causing more than 50% of people to fail their driving test? Failing to look or judge speed is a factor in 35-40% of reported failures. Around

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Is it safer to reverse into a car parking space?

Some people dread reversing into a parking space, but as cars become more capable with sensors, cameras and even automated parking, getting it right the first time and avoiding damage becomes easier. Parallel parking To parallel park, for example, parking

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What causes slow acceleration in your car?

Here are 28 reasons that your car, van or truck could be accelerating more slowly than you expect. Carrying weight – the impact of several passengers plus luggage will definitely be felt, particularly if you have a small engine with

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How do breathalysers work?

When a person drinks alcohol, some of that alcohol is breathed out as the body metabolises it. This can be measured using a breathalyser and it gives a pretty accurate indication of how much alcohol is in a person’s blood.

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How to drive smoothly with an 18-speed truck gearbox

How to set off Your truck is stationary and you need to get moving. The parking brake should be on and the gearstick in neutral. To get it into gear, you’ll push the clutch the whole way down to activate

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