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Learning How To Drive Online
Your friend is commuting to his job every day, and maybe he thinks you’re a great driver and that you’d be a perfect fit as his wife and mother. So he takes you out for a quick test drive of his car, and you’re asked to start driving. Does this sound like something right out of the 1960s? Does this sound like something that really happens now?
Well, I’m about to answer that. The positive is that virtual reality, apps on mobile devices and apps on desktop computers are becoming more reliable, and more immersive. The downside is that distracted driving is becoming increasingly deadly.
Understanding How The Drivers Teach You
You probably know what some “drivers” are doing: are they texting, talking on their phones, or playing games while driving? Many of these drivers keep texting or are not paying attention to the road as they read their phone. When they start the driving task, it takes a long time for them to complete it. You know that feeling when you’re behind the wheel and the novelty of driving has worn off and you need to focus on the road, but you can’t quite keep your head steady?
The driver does not know whether he can make it to the next exit without dropping a rock or an oil spill.
You don’t know whether you’re going to hit a pedestrian while not paying attention.
So in your first attempt, if you end up picking up an oil slick or spilling oil, there will be a long time before you can get back to your car.
It’s natural to think about telling the driver to stop! But that wouldn’t be acceptable in the real world! So if you keep performing poorly, your co-driver might just be driving for you, or drive past. So the driver needs to get used to the way his fellow driver is teaching you.
Learning Your Turn signals
Being an expert driver, it’s natural for you to assume that the driver is putting on his turn signal before the turn.
Now it might be that you’re not quite right. The driver is trying to be safe, so he might not turn on his turn signal. Perhaps he knows that you do not believe in waiting for turn signals, and his objective is to avoid a collision.
Until you get practice driving, it might take a while to learn this basic turn signal. Until you practice on the road, you really have no way of knowing where to stop before changing lanes. It’s like learning a new language.
Learning Your Proper Braking
You should learn how to brake. You should develop the ability to “brake” for turns. But unfortunately, you don’t get practice for your reflexes and braking at an early age. You likely learn your reflexes later in life, when you suddenly have a new car, a new driver’s license and a whole new set of responsibilities.
Now you get practice when you are on the road, but you haven’t been driving for a long time.
The driver will cause you to be in a rear-end accident.
The driver will cause a multi-car collision with a blind corner or an uphill uphill road where the turn-signal lights cannot be used.
A Useful Web Tutorial
An Internet video that covers all the basics is very helpful! After you have read this article, you can find a web guide to turn on the turn signal and get an introduction to how to brake.
The video demo will help you to stay focused on the road, and will even teach you to be safe and safe enough to put on your turn signal after the driver.
As you learn driving by experience, you’ll get more comfortable and your reflexes will get stronger. You’ll have a better handle on what to do and what not to do when you get in the car.