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Learner Driver News

02 December 2019 by Geoffrey Insurance

The ultimate guide to learning to drive

Here, in our Ultimate Guide to Learning to Drive, we cover every step in that journey so you feel prepared for getting behind the wheel....
29 October 2019 by Geoffrey Insurance

What happens after you've passed your driving test?

Hopefully you’re reading this because you’ve recently passed your test. In that case, congratulations!...
28 October 2019 by Geoffrey Insurance

Are P plates mandatory?

Some will be surprised that P plates (that is P for ‘probationary’) are mandatory, but you do not have to display them unless you live in Northern Ireland. There, you must use ‘R’ plates for one year after you pass your test....
25 October 2019 by Geoffrey Insurance

Supervising a Learner Driver: What You Need to Know

Supervising a Learner Driver: What You Need to Know Keen to learn how to drive, or interested in finding out how you can help in coaching a new driver? Then look no further, we cover all the rules and tips you’ll ever need to know!...
22 October 2019 by Geoffrey Insurance

Interview: The day of the theory test

In our second interview with budding learner driver Daisy, we have gone from practice to reality – Daisy finished her revision and took her theory test. If you’ve already digested her theory test revision tips, see how the big day went below....
16 October 2019 by Geoffrey Insurance

What to consider when choosing your first car

The time has come - it’s time to do some shopping for your first car! This is an exciting decision, but not one to take lightly. Here are our top tips on what to consider when choosing your first motor....
15 October 2019 by Geoffrey Insurance

Minors and Majors: How people fail their driving test

You have probably heard of the terms ‘minor’ and ‘major’ referred to when talking about the driving test, but it’s handy to know exactly what they mean. Here we are the most common examples....
08 October 2019 by Geoffrey Insurance

The benefits of an intensive driving course

According to the stats from the DVSA, learners need an average of 47 lessons before they pass their driving test. Here, we look at Intensive Driving Courses, which claim to get you through the process in under 2 weeks....
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