Driving Tips

How to Best Prepare For Becoming a Driver

How to Best Prepare For Becoming a Driver

Driving Tips
Becoming a driver is a big step in the life of any young person. It will award you with responsibility and independence to be able to do whatever you want. You will no longer have to rely on friends or family to drive you around. Now you can go wherever you want whenever you want. Driving can be a fun and exciting prospect. But it is also a lot of responsibility. In fact, it is one of the first times in a young person’s life that they learn the value of responsibility. A car needs upkeep and maintenance, and it teaches you the value of money and respecting property. If you are serious about wanting to become a driver, then you will need to prepare yourself for the process. It seems easy on face value but when you consider all of the elements involved you will realise that there is a lot
10 Accident-Free Car Driving Habits

10 Accident-Free Car Driving Habits

Driving Tips
If we drive safely, we should be able to avoid most traffic accidents. But many would ask whether it is really possible to completely avoid an accident, because it could happen at others’ fault. Bad weather could also be the culprit and certain issues with the car can make driving potentially dangerous. Here are things we should do to improve our safety on the road: 1. Don’t trust other drivers: We shouldn’t assume that other drivers would properly follow rules when they drive. We should expect the worst and this can help us to prevent multiple accidents in our lifetimes. 2. Always yield: Other drivers may not have bad intentions, they could simply be confused, unskilled or distracted. It is possible to prevent accidents by yielding our way during certain situations. 3. Keep a s
4 Basic Laws of Physics Drivers Should Be Aware Of

4 Basic Laws of Physics Drivers Should Be Aware Of

Driving Tips
Objects in the universe, including our cars, work based on laws of physics. Obviously, these laws are not written by the government and enforced by policemen. They bind on all drivers and we can’t escape their effects. Factors that affect our cars include gravity, momentum, inertia, centrifugal force, acceleration and friction. Here a few things should know: 1. Friction: Friction simply opposes the motion of your car and other objects in the universe. It tries to prevent cars from moving in the first place or slows down a moving to a complete stop. On cars, friction is exerted mostly through the small areas on the tires that touch the ground. Drivers should be aware that friction isn’t constant and it could be reduced by rain, oil, mud, ice, loose gravel and poor tires. These factors