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Pass Plus Explained

There is an old saying of driving instructors which they state once you've passed your test, and that is that now you really learn to drive. The idea is that you are about to start driving regularly and on your own for the first time once you've passed your test, and so there is still a lot of learning and familiarisation that comes when you start driving independently.

There is now a course called Pass Plus that can help to train you further as you embark on driving independently and encounter motorway driving for the first time.

The course was designed by the DSA and since new drivers are sadly more likely to have an accident in the first couple of years after passing a test, it can really be something that is worth considering. It goes through things such as anticipating and dealing with many types of hazard and as a result it can help to make you more confident as a driver.

There is no limit on when you can take the pass plus course, although it is specifically aimed at those who have passed their test and therefore would take it typically within a year of passing the practical test.

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Travelling for long distances in neutral (known as coasting): A) improves the driver's control B) makes steering easier C) reduces the driver's control D) uses more fuel

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