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Using Provisional Learner Insurance Safely

Using Provisional Learner Insurance Safely
George Trout
  • On April 1, 2016

With Provisional Learner Insurance, you are free to drive on the roads with family or friends. It is a great way to shake things up if you’ve grown tired of the same lessons, with the same instructor.


Provisional Learner Insurance should be used safely

Driving without an ADI (approved driving instructor) does not mean your driving discipline can go out the window. InsureLearnerDriver believe there is no substitute for safe driving habits. No matter what the context, you should aim to be as safe as possible on the roads.

Here are a few tips to ensure a safe drive next time you take out Provisional Learner Insurance.


Drive During The Day – it may seem quite obvious, but your

visibility is better during the day. Try to avoid driving at night.


Drive In Good Weather – heavy rain, snow & high winds are all hazardous

conditions that you should avoid driving in.


Don’t Do What You Haven’t Learnt – Provisional Learner Insurance is a tool

to allow learner drivers to practice what they’ve learnt in paid lessons. It’s

unwise to attempt skills you haven’t touched upon with an ADI.


Let Somebody Know Where You’re Going – with Provisional Learner

Insurance, you can get in the car with almost anyone and go pretty much

anywhere. So before you embark on your adventure, let a parent or close

friend know where you’re going.


Have a Phone – it’s important to have a phone on you in case you do happen

to get lost and need to contact someone.


A Non-Distracting Passenger – do not select an accompanying driver

who may distract you.


Make Sure You’re Awake – never drive when you’re tired, your reaction time

will be heavily affected.


Leave The Radio Alone – even if your favourite song starts playing and you

want to turn up the volume, you shouldn’t take a hand unnecessarily away

from the wheel.


Eat A Good Meal – there’s nothing worse then sitting in traffic with your

stomach growling. The distraction of being hungry may cause you to be

aggressive and impatient.

That’s all for now, stay safe guys!

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