Choosing To Develop Through Education

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Four Things To Expect From Your First In-Car Driving Lesson

Soham Berry

The first in-car driving lesson you have can be pretty nerve wracking. After all, you want to be able to show that you can be a responsible driver, but you also have minimal experience that allows you to drive comfortably, especially with someone you don't know in the car with you. To help put your mind at ease, it's helpful to know these four things that you should expect come the first day of your in-car driving lessons:

  1. You'll Learn the Controls First: Your mind is going to immediately be put at ease by first getting to know your instructor, as well as their teaching techniques by first learning the controls of the vehicle before you actually start driving. You will learn how to adjust everything, such as the mirrors and the seat. From here, you will need to know where the other controls are, such as the blinker, windshield wipers, and hazard lights. 
  2. You Are Going to Drive: Don't prepare to not drive on your first lesson, though because you will, but keep in mind that you probably won't be going on busy main roads or the freeway just yet. Be prepared to drive through quiet residential areas. This can also put your mind at ease knowing that you won't have pressure from other vehicles you are sharing the road with. This gets you more comfortable with driving the vehicle and learning certain techniques to make you better, such as lane changing. 
  3. Your Instructor Might Press on the Breaks: Next, you should know that your instructor will have brake pads on their side of the vehicle. This way, they can press on the breaks for you if they feel it is needed. This is strictly a safety issue. After all, your instructor wants to keep not only themselves safe, but you and other people on the road, as well. Don't take offense if your instructor does this. Keep in mind that they won't know how you are as a driver on the first day, so it's pretty nerve wracking for them, as well. 
  4. ​You'll Get a Report: At the end of the lesson, you will receive a report that will tell you what you might need to work on and what you are going great at. This report should not be taken lightly. You should be practicing whatever it is you need work on with a family member in the car with you. This is going to help you get through the lessons and well on your way to getting your license. Keep in mind that if your instructor doesn't feel you are ready, then they won't allow you to make that next step until you get more hours behind the wheel. 

With these four things in mind, you can be better prepared for your first day behind the wheel with an instructor, which can make the process a bit easier and less stressful. Contact a school, like Morgan School Of Driving Inc, for more help.


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After struggling for years in my career, I could tell that there were some serious issues I needed to work on. For starters, I knew that I had to make my resume look a little more complete with a few more educational credits. I started focusing on going back to school, and before I knew it, things were really coming together for me. I felt great about the kinds of progress I was making, and when I actually got into my career, things felt right. Check out this blog for more information about choosing to develop through education. You won't regret it!

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