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5 ways to gain confidence as a learner driver
Parallel parking, roundabouts, doing everything in your power NOT to stall, these are just some of the challenges you must overcome when learning to drive. One of the most difficult challenges, however, is simply gaining confidence on the road! And it doesn’t just happen overnight!
So, we’re here to share our tips on how to gain confidence as a learner driver and pass that driving test!
Learning to drive can be stressful, so knowing how to keep your cool is essential if you’re trying to gain confidence as a learner driver.
From meditating before lessons, to just taking a deep breath when things are getting tough behind the wheel. Being able to recognise when and why your stress levels are rising is the first step to calming those nerves.
Practise, practise and practise again!
There’s no doubt if you practise something enough, you become good at it! Practising outside of your driving lessons is absolutely essential for gaining confidence behind the wheel. It’s a real chance to put the skills you’ve picked up in your lessons to the test.
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Drive to unfamiliar places
Practising your driving doesn’t mean driving around your block again and again. As long as you have a suitable supervising driver, you can go anywhere (apart from the motorway)! Not to mention that driving to unfamiliar places will offer new challenges and improve your experience.
Do a mock driving test
If you’re determined to boost your own confidence to pass your driving test, one of the best things you can do is take a mock driving test with your driving instructor. Familiarising yourself with the format of the driving test is half of the battle. This will help with your nerves and your confidence behind the wheel.
Have faith in yourself
All the previous tips are useless if you don’t believe that you can be a great driver. Learning to drive is a long process and it takes hard work to master it, so don’t be too hard on yourself if it doesn’t come to you straight away. You’ve got this!
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