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Old October 16th, 2013, 05:04 PM
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Default Re: Eco School of Driving

Hello! Here I am providing the information about the Pass Plus program offered at Eco School Of Motoring, UK. Also I am giving the address of the school so that you could contact there for registration.

Pass Plus

Pass Plus modules:


Driving around a town
Offering this program, you'll focus on:

- observation, judgement and awareness
- eye contact
- consideration for vulnerable road users
- showing caution
- keeping space around your car

All weather driving
- rain
- sleet, snow and ice
- mist and fog
- bright sunshine

You’ll also look at:

- what causes skids
- how to prevent skids
- correcting slow-speed skids
- braking on poor surfaces
- aquaplaning

Driving in the countryside
This module looks at the main differences between town and country
driving:
- observing the road ahead
- making progress safely
- bends, hills, uneven roads and dead ground
- keeping a safe distance from the vehicle ahead
- safe overtaking

It focuses especially on being aware and showing consideration for:
- pedestrians, horse riders and animals in the road
- farm entrances
- slow moving vehicles

Driving at night
- the importance of using headlights correctly
- adjusting to the dark
- judging speed and distance
- the correct use of lights and keeping them clean
- dealing with dazzle
- hard-to-see road users
- parking issues

Driving on dual carriageways
- effective observation, using your mirrors and checking blind spots
- judgement and planning ahead
- separation distances
- joining and leaving a dual carriageway
- overtaking and lane discipline
- the correct use of speed

Driving on motorways
The topics covered include:

- journey planning
- joining and leaving a motorway, and using slip roads
- safe speeds in different circumstances
- effective observation
- signs, signals and markings
- overtaking and lane discipline
- courtesy to other road users
- motorway fatigue
- breakdown procedures
- use of lights, including hazard warning lights
- debris on the carriageway
- crosswinds

Contact:
Eco School Of Motoring
Birchington, Kent, United Kingdom ‎
+44 1843 846684 ‎

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