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Defensive driving

Defensive driving is defined as "driving to save lives, time, and money, in spite of the conditions and the actions of others."

Defensive driving is taught as part of standard training when you enrol to learn at Complete Driving School. Learning how to drive defensively is vital to ensure your safety and the safety of those around you. The aim of defensive driving is to reduce the risks by anticipating dangerous situations, despite the conditions, and despite any poor driving ability on the part of others on the road. John's aim is to raise the awareness and skill level of each driver to ensure safety is of the utmost importance.

Two-second rule an important defensive driving skill


The two-second rule is a way for the defensive driver to judge the minimum safe following distance to help avoid collisions under ideal driving conditions. The red car's driver picks a tree to judge a two-second safety buffer.

If you have already obtained your Ps or your full licence and wish to improve your skills and confidence on the road, then an individual lesson will be perfect to for you. The small cost of lessons compared to the potential costs saved make it a worthy investment for you and your family.

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