Pass Your Driving Test 1st Attempt Written by David Cullen Pass Your Driving Test 1st Attempt If you are facing the challenge of a driving test soon, you’re no doubt nervous about passing the test on your 1st attempt. There is something to be said about the driver whose confidence and skill allows them to pass the test first time out. Fortunately, this is not a matter of luck! Passing the driving test on the first try, like anything else, just requires dedication, practise, and some practical advice. That is where Ipswich Pro Drive can assist. The 100 hours is proving to be difficult to complete with most local trips being around 15 minutes.
Road Safety Starts Here Written by David Cullen Road Safety Starts Here Ipswich Pro Drive’s philosophy has always been to train the best drivers the best way possible. Your future safety on the roads is subject to the level of skill you take with you after passing your test. For this reason, we focus on making you the best driver possible, and in so doing, ensure you pass your test and get your licence. Ipswich Pro Drive was formed in 2003 with the idea that we are a transport company teaching people to drive. We are a small company keeping with the focus of training students in the way to drive with the realities
Safety Refresher Course Written by David Cullen Safety Refresher Course There are many safe driving tips that increase driving safety for all drivers Reviewing driving tips, car safety, even refresher driving lessons can improve any drivers’ skills. Have you ever heard someone say “Driving is a privilege, not a right”? With that privilege comes responsibility. Whether you are a beginner driver, intermediate driver, or someone who has been driving for decades, you can become a better driver. Every driver with a licence has room for improvement to make them safer on the road. Our Instructors attend regular driver training courses. Driver education lasts for the lifetime of any driver! Call Ipswich Pro Drive today
Top Reasons For Crashes Written by David Cullen Top Reasons For Crashes 1. Driver distraction: The biggest driver distraction, believe it or not is drivers onlooking at a collision site! When I was training to be a driving instructor, my fellow trainee and I were driving on the highway when we saw ambulances on both sides of the freeway at the same spot, in opposite directions! It was clear someone had looked too long at the first crash site and caused another! 2. Driver fatigue: Be well rested when driving, especially starting a long drive. 3. Drunk driving: Be well rested when driving, especially starting a long drive. 4. Speeding: It’s better to