1. Practice Regularly

Remember that practice makes perfect!

The more time you spend familiarizing yourself with the roads, the better you will get.

  1. Learn Driving In Various Situations

Once you have obtained your learner’s permit, it’s time to make good use of it.

Learn driving in all sorts of conditions, such as on countryside roads, in the dark, on freeways and during rainy weathers.

  1. Prolong Your Learner’s-Permit

Responsible driving is a matter of life and death. Don’t rush to get your driving license.

If you feel you need additional training, don’t hesitate to extend validity of your permit to make sure you are ready.

  1. Maintain Your Car

Knowing in how to maintain , your car can be a lifesaver in times of distress. Learn how ‘to check for tires’ air pressure, battery water level, oil, etc.

  1. Keep Your Phone In Your Pocket

This is the most important thing you need to learn as a student driver.

Using cell phone while driving is a distraction & can lead to fatalities! Keep it away while driving.


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