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Dangers of driving while dehydrated

Dehydration leading to impaired driving can happen to the following types of drivers: Drivers caught in traffic jams or snow storms that haven’t got liquids on board Commercial heavy vehicle drivers who don’t want to stop unnecessarily because of schedules

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Driving careers – jobs that need drivers

Types of jobs where driving is necessary Let’s start with a list of jobs to give you an idea where your career can head towards, then we’ll look at what kind of driving licence you need. Driving can be solitary

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Speed limits in the UK

The road speed limits in the United Kingdom define the maximum legal speed for a specific class of vehicle on a specific stretch of road. The┬ádefault speed limit is 30mph (48kph). This means that if you don’t see a sign

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Drug driving limits

Even though there are eight drugs listed under illicit drugs, traces of these drugs can be present if a person has been taking certain types of legally prescribed drugs. The limits are low enough to allow for these trace levels,

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What is a commentary drive and how can it improve your driving?

A commentary drive is where you describe what you are doing as you are driving. It’s a technique used by advanced drivers such as the police. This video shows a high speed commentary drive by a police officer through urban

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Driving after taking medication

We all know that it’s illegal to drive after taking illicit drugs, but what about after taking medicine for the flu? If it’s something you can buy at a Boots, is it something you can be prosecuted for taking. The

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Rumble strips explained

Sometimes the road surface is created with or coated with something that causes audible and/or tactile feedback to the driver to warn of approaching danger – i.e. you hear the noise the tyres make on the lines and you feel

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