This section deals specifically with learning to drive and many of the frequently asked questions by new drivers. We’ll also cover questions asked specifically about learning to drive in an automatic car.
By law, every driver either learner or qualified must meet a certain minimum standard of eyesight visual acuity. Here we explain what that is and how to tell if you need glasses for driving.
Becoming a learner driver means displaying L plates. Here we explain the L plate rules, where to best place L plates on your car, the different types of L plates and details for printing your own.
For those that are about to start learning to drive or those who are already learning in a manual car, we look at whether it’s easier to learn to drive in an automatic car.
It’s common for new drivers to be scared at the thought of learning to drive. As experienced driving instructors, we’ve compiled the best tips and advice for those that are nervous, anxious and scared of learning to drive.
This guide explains if it’s difficult learning to drive and details the various skills required for the learner driver to master. The guide also explains how to make learning to drive easier.
There are of course rules for both the supervising driver and for the learner driver. Here we explain the rules for who can sit next to a learner driver, along with many more frequently asked questions about supervising learner drivers and what learner drivers can legally do.
Deciding whether to learn to drive in a manual or an automatic can be a difficult decision to make. To make things easier, here’s 6 reasons why you should learn to drive in an automatic car.