Staying Safe Once You Get Your Driving License

  • 100.00 $
  • Published date: January 19, 2019
    • Bonx, bonx, UT, China

New drivers who have freshly passed their driving exam will no doubt be excited about their new sense of freedom and want to drive as much as possible. This excitement is all well and good but the cost of motoring when you are young or just passed your driving test is normally very high because they are either irresponsible or haven't had the necessary experience that most drivers can rely on. It's a well known fact that young drivers get into the most accidents and so by just taking heed of the following tips you'll be able to avoid any mishaps and save money in your first few years of driving! Young drivers, particularly male drivers are fond of driving fast but driving at high speeds can lead to accidents as your braking time and distance will increase making you take longer to stop if something pulls in front of you. You are also likely to get pulled over by the police. A little known fact is that by lowering your speed you can also save petrol, something that can cost a lot at this point in time. Many young drivers as well as driving fast will drive aggressively; accelerating quickly and braking harshly among other less advisable driving practices. By driving this way you're more likely to cause damage or increase wear and tear on the car's brakes, engine, suspension and exhaust. These areas are common faults that come up when your car goes in for its MOT test. To save having to pay expensive repairs it's best to accelerate slowly and brake well in advance to ease your car's workload.


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