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Passed 6th April Urszula Niedzwiedz of Wembley

Passed  6th April Urszula Niedzwiedz of Wembley

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Passed 9th September Ghatera Sadlegh of Harrow

Passed 9th September Ghatera Sadlegh of Harrow

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Passed 21st of may Manish Bhuva of Harrow

Passed 21st of may Manish Bhuva of Harrow

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Passed 16th june sariena williams of wembley

Passed 16th june sariena williams of wembley

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Passed 27th june ruchir patel of wembley

Passed 27th june ruchir patel of wembley

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Passed 8th August Nancy Lalwani of Wembley

Passed 8th August Nancy Lalwani of Wembley

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Passed 15th September Monika Sokolowska of Greenford

Passed 15th September Monika Sokolowska of Greenford

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Passed 4th of November Kavitha Balasignham of Wembley

Passed 4th of November Kavitha Balasignham of Wembley

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Passed Bhakti Chaugule of Harrow

Passed Bhakti Chaugule of Harrow

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Passed 21st November Tameshka Sadasivan of wembley

Passed 21st November Tameshka Sadasivan of wembley

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Passed 27th november Ranjeet Kaur of Greenford

Passed 27th november Ranjeet Kaur of Greenford

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Passed 13th July Saloni Chandria of Stanmore

Passed 13th July Saloni Chandria of Stanmore

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Passed Mukund Vernekar of Wembley

Passed Mukund Vernekar of Wembley

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Private Practice

Private practise


Stastics show that new drivers are more likely to have a accident in the first two years of passing their driving test.The parent guardian friend or relative of the learner can help to develop the knowledge skills and attitude of the learner to help with their practical driving experience.


Before you take your learner out on the road you will need to meet the legal requirements a learner can only be supervised by a driver who is over 21 and has held a licence for a minimum of 3 years the superviser must be fit to drive must not use a mobile phone and ensure the car is roadworthy and the driver is insured.


You may find that helping a learner who is a friend or relative challenging your relationship could be put to the test.You should start your sessions in a quiet residential road or a car park


Planning the routes


You will need quiet side roads to begin with where the learner can practise the car handling skills and build confidence then you will need a few busy roads where the learner can develop their hazard perception skills and anticipation you will need to identify where these routes are located in your area by driving around looking on the internet where you can view maps. Also think about the time of the day you will be practising rush hour school times how long will the journey take will the learner get tired.


Commentary driving


When practising the hazard perception and anticipation skills get the learner to speak out aloud what they can see what they are doing and thinking practise regularly and the learner will improve.


 

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"His method of teaching was different..."


"I was having lessons with another instructor but was not making progress. My friend told me about Mukesh. His method of teaching was different and suited me. I decided to stay with him and I am proud to say I have passed my test and I did the pass plus course which gave me more confidence on the road."

Rasha Ali Mubarak, Wembley

"I now feel more confident on the road..."


"I had not driven in the UK before I chose Mukesh because my friend recommended me to him. I enjoyed the lessons and have learned a lot from him. The most important thing for me was getting my licence. He would encourage me when I was finding things difficult. I now feel more confident on the road."

Mariam Brisco, Harrow

How to pass the theory test


The practical test (Are you ready?)


 
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