The author is a great believer in the maxim, "What you hear you will forget, what you see you will remember and what you do, you will learn."
It uses detailed colour images to follow closely the requirements for learning to drive as laid down by the Driving & Vehicle Standards Agency.
In its various sections it includes the following.
1. Twelve complete and fully colour illustrated lesson plans covering all the elements which can be tested.
2. How to get the best out of the lesson plans to ensure success in your driving test.
3. Over 150 fully detailed colour illustrations each of which focuses on a relevant issue and designed for ease of presentation.
4. A lesson plan guide with a breakdown of all the diagrams included in each lesson plan.
The lesson plans have been set out in a general logical order with a view to going from novice to test standard and beyond. However, the order in which the plans are presented and the subject matter should be adapted to meet specific needs.
Like any instructional manual of this type, the users should thoroughly familiarise themselves with its content and general layout in order to gain maximum benefit.
At the back of this book you will see "Other Publications by This Author" one of which is entitled, "Easy Lessons for Learner Drivers". The content is exactly the same, but it is a larger sized edition which some pupils might prefer for home study.
Many driving instructors have their own version of this book, thus ensuring that you are both following the same structured lessons.
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About the Author
With a pass rate of 78% when the general pass rate was only 32% he has a proven track record which served his pupils well. Having driven well over an estimated two million miles he has a wealth of knowledge to pass on to learner drivers. As he has now retired from the practical side of the business he wants to pass on all that experience to anyone who may benefit from it.
Due to the increased emphasis on driver safety reflected in the current DVSA driving test pupils are finding it ever more difficult to pass.
He identified the solution as being the need for easy to follow lesson plans set out in a logical and progressive order with the emphasis on visual images rather than written texts; the latter only being there to support the visuals.
Suitable material to fit his vision of what was required did not seem to be available in the bookshops, so he set about rectifying the problem himself by producing this Learner Drivers Handbook. Pupils are able to follow the lessons by flipping to each illustration in a controlled and logical order.
A digital version is available titled The Learner Drivers Click book which can be uploaded onto various electronic reading devices, the benefits of which are obvious for modern day pupils.
All versions of his driver training series can be obtained via the Amazon Kindle Book Store at - www.amazon.co.uk