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Learning to drive: tips for beginners This is how beginners become experienced drivers

  1. Learning to drive: tips for beginners
  2. Tips: Novice drivers should take their time
  3. Learning to Drive Tips: Avoid Distractions
  4. Novice drivers: get off the gas
  5. Novice drivers: tips for emergencies

The Learn to drive one in the driving school, but it doesn't have the necessary routine. But with the right attitude and a few tips in mind, every beginner will be a safe driver!

Even those who pass the driving test with flying colors are first and foremost a beginner and must continue to learn to drive in order to develop a certain routine. That is why young drivers need practice above all to become safe. Statistically speaking, the 18 to 24 year olds are the number one cause of accidents on Germany's roads. A lack of practice and overconfidence at the wheel favor this. So that beginners are safe on the road, AUTO ZEITUNG gives tips for the perfect start to driving a car. More on the topic: Bundestag lowers minimum age for scooter driving license

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Learning to drive: tips for beginners

First of all, exercise is the most important discipline for novice drivers. That's why you should definitely stay on the ball after the driving test and get behind the wheel as regularly as possible. In order to learn to drive and develop the necessary routine over time, it is advisable to drive shorter and then longer distances as often as possible. At the start, it is advisable to avoid large and busy roads and rush hour traffic. Parents should - if possible - support their children and let them have the car instead of not pulling out the car key out of fear that something might happen. It can also help to have an experienced driver in the car who can advise the beginner in unmanageable situations on the road. Participation in road safety training can also help beginners learn to drive: Among other things, they can learn something about the special features of driving on different lanes and learn how to best react in unexpected situations.

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Tips: Novice drivers should take their time

Another tip for novice drivers who still want to learn something after passing their driving test is: take your time! This includes, on the one hand, familiarizing yourself with all vehicle functions before driving so that you can concentrate on the really important things in traffic. The mirrors and the seating position should also be adjusted before you set off. Switching, steering, blinking - it takes time for all of this to go smoothly and become routine. Especially in difficult situations, novice drivers should therefore take enough time to be able to react carefully and correctly. Because stress can lead to careless and risky action. It is also important to remain calm in other situations. For example, when other road users lose their nerve because things are not going very smoothly. However, beginners at the steering wheel should by no means be intimidated by wild horns, cursing motorists or hustlers. They still have to learn to drive and others have to understand - after all, every driver once did.

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Learning to Drive Tips: Avoid Distractions

Anyone who has yet to learn to drive should - like any experienced driver - avoid any distraction behind the wheel. This includes, for example, setting radio stations and navigation devices before driving. Above all, novice drivers should keep their hands off their smartphone or switch it off completely while driving. Even smoking or eating, arguments with the passenger, too loud music or making calls (not with, but certainly not without, a hands-free system) should definitely not be used by novice drivers.

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Novice drivers: get off the gas

Those who still have to learn how to drive are often lacking a feeling for the typical risks in road traffic. Above all, this includes excessive speed, which is one of the main causes of accidents among young drivers. But even in situations such as in the dark or in autumn with leaves on the streets or in thick fog, novice drivers find it difficult to correctly assess the dangers. Therefore, the appropriate pace is extremely important. In addition, the trial period of novice drivers is extended by two years if they are driving at more than 20 km / h above the speed limit and are caught doing it. In addition, they have to pay a fine and attend retraining.

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Novice drivers: tips for emergencies

Should novice drivers nevertheless have an accident, they should know: something like this can happen, but they should act correctly at this moment and not panic. The first thing to do is to clarify whether there are any injuries. In addition, the scene of the accident should be secured. In addition, novice drivers should call the police so that the accident can be recorded.

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