Driving Blog

What Actually is “Work Related Road Risk”?
13th May 2020
  When we ask businesses what comes to mind when they think of “work related road risk” we get a range of responses, not all good either. Most are not sure what it fully relates to, aside from the obvious estimates anyone can draw from the four words. Others think...
Driving After a Head Injury
14th April 2020
Our bespoke driving courses are designed for a range of drivers. We do help a number of drivers that are returning to driving after a head injury, or already drive but need extra help. Whether the head injury was inflicted during a road traffic collision or not isn’t that relevant....
Car Tyres. Budget. Mid-Range. Premium?
06th April 2020
  Buying car tyres is something few people have a real interest in, they are often seen as an inconvenient cost. Often people will put off buying tyres for as long as possible, some of whom will only replace them when their vehicle has failed it’s MOT for tyre related...
What Are Smart Motorways?
20th February 2020
  Highways England recently announced that an extra 300 miles of smart motorways without hard shoulders will be introduced in England by 2025. Despite the various issues and problems, it looks like smart motorways are here to stay….With this in mind it’s really important that you get a good understanding...
The Dangers of Driving in Freezing Fog
05th December 2019
  In winter, there are a range of dangerous driving conditions, which can quickly manifest and often catch drivers unaware. This is especially so when we get behind the wheel and drive in our warm, comfortable cars. We feel safe and often unaware of what’s going on outside the car....