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Coaching? Why Coaching?

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Why coaching instead of teaching?

When attending school we learn various subjects such as mathematics, grammar, history etc. After having passed the tests at school we are busy in our jobs as waiter, accountant, journalist etc. Our motivation to apply in our jobs as exactly as possible, what we have learned at school is always 100%. Nobody would ever have the idea to change  mathematical or grammatical rules and then invent their own rules, because it would be of no advantage ...

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They’re Not Strictly Accidents

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Car accidents are a result of human behaviour

Car driving implies constantly making choices. In this sense car driving is a challenging task and it becomes obvious when we compare it for example with a captain of an airline plane whose freedom of choice is a great deal smaller.

He does not have to think about whether to overtake or not, change lanes, maintain a proper safety margin at different speeds, when and how much to reduce speed before a ...

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ECO- Driving Tips

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Top 10 eco driving tips for fuel economy

 

  1. Close your windows on the motorway Personally, I like having my windows down all the time for fresh air. But if you’re driving at high speeds — 70mph on the motorway, say — having windows open increases drag, which cuts your fuel economy. Just closing your windows at speed can cut your cut your fuel consumption and carbon emissions by a whopping ten per cent.

 

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Why Coaching, Rather than Teaching

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Why coaching instead of teaching?

When we go to school we learn many different subjects such as maths, English Language and Literature, Geography and History, to name but a few.

Then, after having passed our exams at school, we are busy in our jobs as apprentice, accountant, journalist etc.

We are motivated to apply 100% of what we have learned at school in our jobs, as precisely as possible. Nobody would ever attempt to change the maths or grammatical rules and then invent ...

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THE DRIVING TEST – A 10 Point Guide

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At Tristar Driving, we are frequently asked for advice regarding the preparation for, and the actual day of the Driving Test.

The following are our regular responses, though not the definitive tips; these are based on the most common questions we are asked.

 

1/ Listen to your instructor.

Many pupils accumulate information from parents and friends at school or college, though this is not always factual; if in doubt, rely on the F.O.G principle – is it a FACT, an OPINION or simply ...

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Why Does Road Rage Happen?

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It’s thought that driving on today’s increasingly busy roads is stressful enough, though road rage can be due to the weather, road repairs, your passengers and obviously, other drivers.

Most of us are able to handle the stress and realise that it is all part of daily driving.

Some people have a low stress thresholds and that’s when road rage is most likely to occur. ...

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MOTORWAYS – New Drivers, Be Prepared

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“Thank you so much – I couldn’t have done it without you!”

“I’ll definitely be in touch about a motorway lesson.”

 

MOTORWAYS – New Drivers, Be Prepared

 

I must have heard these two comments hundreds of times during my Instructing career – especially the first comment.

Unfortunately, no matter how well intentioned the second comment may be, very few follow up with a telephone call or text, to discuss motorway lessons.

 

I do two sessions- each of two hours duration, involving the new driver in:

 

Motorway ...

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Tristar Driving Infographic Don’t Text and Drive

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ROAD SAFETY – WE’RE ALL RESPONSIBLE

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ROAD SAFETY – WE’RE ALL RESPONSIBLE by Tristar Driving

We again find ourselves in the midst of Road Safety Week – an initiative promoted by the BRAKE road safety charity, as part of their untiring efforts to make our roads a safer place, for travellers on two or four wheels and for pedestrians.  ROAD SAFETY – WE’RE ALL RESPONSIBLE!

A friend remarked recently that it was a pity people had to be reminded that ...

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No Need to Tax the Brain When Taxing the Car

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I live on a quiet country lane, with only the occasional rambler or dog-walker passing my gate.

It was one of the latter – a little old guy with an impatient terrier – who tapped me on the shoulder as I walked towards my parked car.

“You need to put some tax on that mate – hell of a fine if yer caught yer ...

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