The Unofficial DSA Learner Driver, Practical Driving Lesson and Driving Test Syllabus: You WILL Pass! [NOOK Book]

Overview

Russell Smith and Andy Hall have produced this guide which focuses on hazards, is pictorial, as well as giving advice from their combined experience of teaching learners to drive.


It covers each subject of the driving lesson and practical driving test syllabus with lesson notes and pictures.


It also covers all the driving test Manoeuvres. There are also lots of tips for driving lessons and tests

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The Unofficial DSA Learner Driver, Practical Driving Lesson and Driving Test Syllabus: You WILL Pass!

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Overview

Russell Smith and Andy Hall have produced this guide which focuses on hazards, is pictorial, as well as giving advice from their combined experience of teaching learners to drive.


It covers each subject of the driving lesson and practical driving test syllabus with lesson notes and pictures.


It also covers all the driving test Manoeuvres. There are also lots of tips for driving lessons and tests

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044904552
  • Publisher: Russell Smith
  • Publication date: 5/25/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,118,776
  • File size: 4 MB

Meet the Author

Russell Smith is a Driving Tuition Instructor, Driver Training and other eBook Author/Publisher having a number of ebooks currently on sale. I have also developed a Social Media presence, inorder to interact with my clients.

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  • Posted December 1, 2014

    BF-Ch2,Pt3

    A minute later I felt better. Sore, but better. Som

    BF-Ch2,Pt3<p>A minute later I felt better. Sore, but better. Somehow. I was uneasy, refusing to look down at the puke. It made me queasy enough just to smell. Moments after raising my head I felt another glass being pressed against my lips. 'The man is trying to poison me' was my only thought as I snapped my mouth shut and refused to drink. I forgot that it was really water as I struggled, moving my head away from him and pushing the thick blanket down the bed and off of me.
    </p>
    <p> My struggles did not last long; all of a sudden I was frozen, unable to move. Something, or someone, was controlling me, something I wanted out. As I fought with the mental invader, building up my mental wall, the man forced the water down my scorched throat. My mental wall had crashed while being hassled and then injured. However, at the moment I was more worried about the water and current invader, though the water felt like it was boiling as it went down my throat, hurting more and more with each gulp. While it felt like several minutes, only a minute later I was finally released from the invader's grasp, able to move again. I was betting that person would be the second person in the house, though there was something familiar about them. By this point, I was panting, but unsure of why. Always why.
    </p>
    <p>After coughing for a while, I could finally breath comfortably again. It still stung buy nit as bad. I also slammed my mental wall in place once more. Looking over at the man in anger, I began to talk. Actually, I yelled questions at him as loud as I could, which was only a little louder than my normal tone after drinking some real water just then, though my voice still cracked.
    </p>
    <p>&quot;Why are you trying to kill me? Who was restraining me from fighting? Why am I here? Who even are you?&quot; My constant glare might have dazed him...if his phone had not begun to ring just then. My scowl deepened as he answers the phone but not my questions
    </p>
    <p>&quot;Yes,&quot; the man asks the person on the other end of the call in place of a simple &quot;hello.&quot; &quot;Speaking.&quot; He paused to listen to the reply as I strained to hear it. &quot;Three days. Okay.&quot; He nods as he continues to listen. &quot;Good. We'll bring the package,&quot; he replies, glancing at me. With that, he terminated the connection and put his phone back into his pocket. Yet, throughout the entire conversation, I could not hear anything from the phone, the volume set too low for me to hear.
    </p>
    <p>&quot;You were saying,&quot; he said as he looked over at me again. I, however, was no longer paying attention to him, focusing on his brief phone conversation. My other worries from before had been whisked away with the termination of his connection. What was in three days? And what package? Who was this man talking to on that phone of his? The questions were endless and it confused me more and more with each passing second as the questions stacked up. Most of all, why did he look at me when he said he'd bring the package? And who is this &quot;we&quot;?
    </p>
    <p>Sorry for the long space between updates. I'll try to get several more parts up in the coming days; I have gotten almost through Chapter Three finished. Remembered boring does not equate to unimportant. MagiKK, I appreciate your note from the end of Chapter One. Uvumi, patience.</p>
    <p>~LB</p>

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2014

    Swift

    I'll be known as &hearts Mo from now on.. anywho. I loved this chspter. Love the desriptive creative words you used to make your story flow. Please continue. You'll be a great author someday.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2014

    Lin ☼

    Das okay. I rarely ever finish my novels. Too much work. But this - This is magical magic. Enough said.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 27, 2014

    Platinum

    (l needa make dis quick) l loveit! :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 3, 2014

    L&beta to ALL. Part Two is here!

    Hey, it was an accident, but this is really part two! NOT three. Thanks!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2013

    Lexi

    Smiled. She was on the floor.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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