Areas of Importance when taking driving lessons in Worcester Park
On your lessons in the Worcester Park area, your instructor will know which areas to take you depending on your ability and lesson plan for that day. A Suitable area is required for each lesson plan to go to plan. For instants its no good doing your reversing lessons on a busy road, thus be unable to perform the exercise enough times to master it independently. Below are a small example of lesson plans and areas suitable in Worcester Park
Lesson Plan: Moving away and stopping
Worcester Park does have a few good areas for your very first lesson. The Dorcester road area is excellent for clutch control and hill starts. To move off and stop successfully you will be asked to perform procedures known as. Prepare the car to move. Six point observation. Move away from the kerb. Adopt normal road position.
Lesson Plan: Roundabouts
The roundabouts around the Worcester Park area can be challenging, but rewarding when done well. In particular the roundabout over the A3 and New Malden. Lane discipline is crucial on the larger ones. Misleading signalling leads to confusion and danger. Your instructor will help you with the finer details for success.
Lesson Plan: Junctions – Emerging and Entering
Mirror, Signal, Position, Speed and Look. Worcester Park like most areas have plenty of places to practise emerging and entering junctions. The best places the area around Worcester Park high street.
Lesson Plan: Reversing exercises
Reversing exercises in the Worcester park area can be carried out of Demany road area. Doing your revering slowly is the key to succeed. This will give you the time to do all the other things necessary to perform the exercises, such as Observation of other road users and timing of steering.
Lesson Plan: Pedestrian Crossings
Pedestrian crossings are an important part of main roads. They are situated in high street, near schools and train stations. In Worcester park there are various types of Pedestrian crossings. Their rules have to be obeyed as pedestrians are vulnerable road users. Your instructor will take you through the way to approach and deal with crossing.
Lesson Plan: Dual Carriageways and Lane Discipline
Your Instructor will take you up and down / on and off the A3. This road is perfect for making sure you stick to the appropriate lane for your destination. Plus with the speed limit varying from 40mph to 70mph, you will be able to master the car at speed. Worcester Park sits smack bang in the middle of the A3.
There are many more places known to us for various exercises. There may well be occasions you need to be taken to another area for your test, for example Croydon. All our Instructors are just as familiar in any areas to give you the best places to go to improve your chances of a first time pass!