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Dealing with Practical Driving Test pressures

How to approach your Practical Driving Test and your driving after your test.
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The 4 to 5 months after you pass your test are the most riskiest time of driving.

I want people to be safe after they pass their test and I am not sitting next to them.

I appreciate that the Practical Driving Test is the main element that people are aiming to get through so that they can get on the road.

I try to see it from the DVSA's (Driving & Vehicle Standards Agency) and Driving Examiner's point of view.

They want to make sure that you are safe enough to go out on your own.

Below is a link to a clip (not mine and I do have permission from Dr. Emma Gray to link it on here) which will help you to deal with driving test nerves.


Click here for the clip.
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Iain McLaughlan
Bodyguards Driving
73 Brudenell
Orton Goldhay
Peterborough
PE2 5SY
Tel: 07843 565 769
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