Module 6 - Motorway Driving

Motorway Driving.

motorway driving

This should always be a practical session, if it is at all possible. If there is no motorway nearby (e.g. the Islands and remote areas), it should then be covered in a theory session with your instructor. You should then drive on a motorway as soon as you can afterwards, so that you can put the theory into practice.

The topics covered include:

motorway driving

  • journey planning
  • joining and leaving a motorway, and using slip roads
  • safe speeds in different circumstances
  • effective observation & alertness
  • 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

  • motorway driving

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