Turning right may sound like a really simple task – I felt that as well when I first learnt and took my driving lessons.
However, it was slightly less easy than I thought. The following coaching video can help you better understand how to execute this driving maneuver to perfection.
One of the reasons why some people and driving students panic such as me the first time I had to do a right turn in a right hand drive country was that there were many incoming cars from the opposite direction and it does not make sense to wait for the traffic junction’s green arrow to pop up all of the times. On top of that, I misjudged the curb of the road I was entering into sometimes, and that resulted in me mounting the kerb which is a big driving no-no.
Turning right in a country such as Singapore is definitely harder than turning left, because you’re driving your car past incoming traffic, as well as pedestrians crossing the street – this results in many blind spots.
So, you need to take much more care when making a junction right turn in Singapore and look out before driving so that you can stay safe and keep the roads in Singapore safe as well.
If in doubt, drive slightly slower and you will stay safer generally speaking.
Many accidents happen at roundabouts. Why? Simply because it’s not common and most people don’t know how to drive around them. Even people who already have gotten their Singapore driving license may still not fully remember how to drive around a traffic junction such as the Novena roundabout.
Hence, make sure you a roundabout well and not commit mistakes.
The following is a video animation showing the various circumstances which may occur when you enter and drive into a roundabout and the things you need to take note of.
Additionally, a roundabout does not have traffic lights to guide people, hence you need to memorize how to navigate and drive safely in such a situation by learning from a good school or private driving instructor in Singapore and remember the driving skills well.
I hope you don’t find the above task too daunting. In Singapore, there may not be many roundabouts in reality, however for other countries, there may be quite a number of them. Hence, you need to learn properly if there is even a small chance of you wanting to move overseas and drive on the roads there – as Singapore’s driver license is an international one, you should make good use of your driving lessons here and learn properly so that you can hit the road driving when you go to another country and navigate all sorts of road junctions with ease!
Driving manual uphill is definitely not an easy thus you should watch the above video to learn it well!
This is one of the driving skills which will definitely be tested in Singapore when you go for your driving license test and it is also one of the stations where most students fail.
Thus, you can and must watch the above video tutorial teaching you how to move off a slope easily when driving a manual car.
Otherwise if you are located in Singapore, you can check out this website – SGLEARNTODRIVE – they basically match you up with the best qualified driving instructors Singapore has to offer.
Perhaps you’ve never used such a matching agency before, but what they do is very simple. They simply match your requirements up to the best and most suitable private driving instructor they have and you can simply liaise with them for anything. Otherwise, you could also go to Comfort Delgro Driving Center, Bukit Batok Driving Center or Singapore Safety Driving Center.