It's 70 on a dual carriageway for cars. I had my 8th lesson today (its 2 hours long, which I find far too long). Tbh it was terrible, I've been driving really well in my Polo with parents on the A1 etc... albeit when its slightly less busier. Today I went driving at 4-6 and I just kept making rashing errors, like stalling, rolling back on hills, and general crap judgement at roundabouts.
It seems I have take 2 steps back. The instuctors car is a focus, and it feels helishly big compared to the Polo in both engine and size terms. The clutch is a bugger as on the polo you can take it virtually right up, on his you have to be oh so gentle.
Does anyone else find this? Or is it me? After a bad start to the lesson I am way to cautious afterward and drive way to slow.
Isn't it 70 on a dual carriageway?
It's 70 on a dual carriageway
I know for a fact that it's 70 on the A1.
its 70 on a dual carriage. And with reference to your quote a dual carriageway can actually have more than 2 lanes and be still classed as a dual carriageway.
I had great lesson monday even though i had bad hand i still did "palm technique" and she said im getting my confidence back, i just felt bad overtaking another learner driver of 40mph road when they was doing 25/30mph
Feels strange the roads i drive on because its more 40mph then 30mph and were i used to live was mainly 30mph
Looks like it lol - although the idea of going on a dual while i'm so early in learning terrifies me! (although i guess it would be good for confidence). Shame theres only a motorway near me.