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Be Wiser’s Guide to Taking Your Driving Test
Learning To Drive
Monday 6th April 2020
Taking your driving test can be very daunting – so much so, that less than 50% of drivers pass their test on the first attempt. In this article we will provide you with advice on what to expect during your driving test, and tips for boosting your confidence and passing. We will also explore how the driving test has changed over the years.
Learning To Drive
Tuesday 16th April 2019
The Government has discussed bringing the UK’s licensing system into line with other countries around the world by introducing a Gradual Driving Licence (GDL).
Be Wiser Guide to Learner Driver Insurance
Learning To Drive
Tuesday 29th January 2019
Getting behind the wheel for the first time can be a daunting prospect and, despite the subsequent cost, getting as much practice behind you before your test can be the best way to fine-tune your skills.
When Should Teenagers Begin Learning To Drive?
Learning To Drive
Thursday 23rd August 2018
Learning how to drive is a universal rite of passage for adolescents in every corner of the globe. It may be your first driving lesson with your driving instructor who is barking out instructions whilst you clutch the steering wheel at ten and two.
Can’t Drive, Won’t Drive: Why Are Some Young Adults Not Getting Their Licence?
Learning To Drive
Tuesday 15th November 2016
44% of the UK’s first time drivers are over the age of 25, research from earlier this year has suggested. The number of 17 to 20 year olds taking driving lessons has dropped by 21% in the past nine years, meaning just a third of today’s first time drivers fall into this age bracket. But why has there been such a decrease in young adults learning to drive?
Passing Your Driving Test Can Be Costly
Learning To Drive
Monday 18th August 2014
We can all remember that wonderful moment when the driving examiner informs you that you have passed your test and you are now free to drive your car whenever and wherever you wish to. However, what happens to your motor insurance premium once you have passed your test?