Advanced Driving Links

Advanced Driving Links

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Neill_Watson

22 posts

185 months

Tuesday 7th December 2010
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Here's two:

http://www.icedriver.com - in Sweden in winter and UK in summer at:

http://www.tracktechnique.com

NW

waremark

2,708 posts

172 months

Saturday 18th December 2010
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The three HPC 'gatekeepers' (coaches approved by the High Performance Club) to recommend new members for entry to the club, all current or previous instructors at police driving schools, with extensive experience of adapting their skills to the civilian environment:

http://www.hpc.org.uk/guestjoin.html

georgeo

174 posts

180 months

Saturday 8th January 2011
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One 2 One Driver TRACK Tuition / Coaching for YOU (or small group)
Advance or Improve your Driving Skills for faster & Safer driving in control.
With an Experienced ARDS Instructor on Airfield or on a Track day / Circuit?
Phone or email for further information or Competitive half / full day rate.
Also Airfield Available. George 07831 499790 email george-o@o2.co.uk

ARDS INSTRUCTING www.carandtrackdrivingskills.co.uk

Don Palmer

22 posts

172 months

Monday 10th October 2011
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Car control courses
http://www.donpalmer.co.uk/carcontrol.htm
Mastering track driving especially the technique of learning new circuits
http://www.donpalmer.co.uk/masterclass.htm
Ice driving
http://www.donpalmer.co.uk/icedriving.htm
Car control handbook
http://www.creativecarcontrol.co.uk

PIGINAWIG

2,246 posts

124 months

Thursday 10th November 2011
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www.totaladvanced.co.uk

Essex based motorcycle training by an extremely talented chap. Of course I'm biased, he got me a gold Rospa!

He also trains with the poice on bikesafe. Well worth a visit if you're on two wheels.

Devon Dubber

19 posts

107 months

Sunday 18th December 2011
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Really excellent active group for those in the area,...

http://www.plymouthadvancedmotorists.org.uk/

kaf

323 posts

106 months

arcrite

1 posts

115 months

Friday 9th March 2012
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advanced motorist skills
Does eating a sandwich, setting a sat nav, drinking a cup of coffee,steering with my knees while changing lane on the motorway mean I can call myself an advanced driver or do I also need to press the indicator with my elbow to truly exhibit fine motoring skills ??? or is this a different type of advanced driving

DGadgetM

1 posts

104 months

Monday 19th March 2012
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Our East Midlands RoSPA Advanced Drivers group based in Derby is here: http://www.eastmidrospa.co.uk/

martine

67 posts

170 months

Saturday 1st September 2012
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www.iam-bristol.org.uk

...for the 'Carlsberg' of IAM groups!

MarkwG

2,604 posts

148 months

Friday 19th October 2012
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I'd like to add http://www.under17-carclub.co.uk/ - see the recent news items for what the clubs doing for advanced driving!

robert78

141 posts

140 months

Monday 1st July 2013
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A good advanced driving website - www.driversdomainuk.com

Blue62

5,278 posts

111 months

Monday 4th November 2013
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Is the IAM the best place to start? I want to improve my skills and prepare for the fact that my eldest will be 17 next year. I've also got one eye on becoming an instructor in the future, any advice appreciated. I'm based in Staffordshire btw.

R0G

4,841 posts

114 months

Monday 4th November 2013
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Blue62 said:
Is the IAM the best place to start? I want to improve my skills and prepare for the fact that my eldest will be 17 next year. I've also got one eye on becoming an instructor in the future, any advice appreciated. I'm based in Staffordshire btw.
Its a good place to start but like anything it depends if you get a good observer/tutor/adviser

7mike

2,723 posts

152 months

Monday 4th November 2013
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Blue62 said:
Is the IAM the best place to start? I want to improve my skills and prepare for the fact that my eldest will be 17 next year. I've also got one eye on becoming an instructor in the future, any advice appreciated. I'm based in Staffordshire btw.
This may be better suited to your needs

http://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?h=0&a...

p1esk

4,901 posts

155 months

Tuesday 5th November 2013
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martine said:
www.iam-bristol.org.uk

...for the 'Carlsberg' of IAM groups!
Carling might actually be a more 'effective' product. spin

bmwm6bruce

38 posts

81 months

Wednesday 19th February 2014
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Any Advanced driving courses in Norfolk area Anyone ???

Flying911

11 posts

70 months

Wednesday 14th January 2015
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I can recommend doing the advanced driving course and getting it completed. I did it a few years ago and I got rid of several bad habits and all round Im a better more considerate driver. Yes I like my sporty driving but I just see potential hazards much quicker and automatically. It does reduce insurance with some providers but I found the cheapest insurers are still the same price so no money saving. Can't recommend it enough though.

astoll

3 posts

68 months