i gotta STOP being hung up on details of the driving, I need to jsut show a competent drive and make my life as easy as possible nad make sure I keep an eye of other people on the road. I mean a three laned roundabout if I approached in the middle lane and went straight it might make my life a bit harder if someone was approaching on my left to cut through but as long as I do it safely I'll be alright. Gah three laned roundabouts going to two lanes and people who don't have indicators can be apain in the arse btu I can do this, I am ready.
BTW, my sis in law has just purchased a car, she wanted power steering. What is that exactly?
I've just found an amazing driving instructor which after 5 others, makes a nice change!
I've had lessons before but always had to stop, but i'm gonna pass with this instructor now! Have had 6 lessons and she took me out onto a dual carriageway on wednesday which was great. Going at 70mph felt so scary but i loved it!
I actually look forwards to my lessons now rather than dreading them, and i feel like i could drive rather than just feeling like i should be able to but i can't.
finally got round to getting some glasses(free on NHS so all good) today so ow I feel assured about the eye test #excited#
I might be having a mock test with a different instructor next week, just to get used to having a different person in the car... scary!
Personally, I would continue with your ADI until the test. I think you might pick up bad habits if you totally phase out your ADI lessons.
I dont think you should phase out your lessons, but you can do the test in your mums car if you wish. Although according to my ADI examiners tend to be tougher on you because they think you havent had proper lessons with an ADI, because they're not using your car. And also they like dual controls as well in the car.
Luckily my mums car is pretty much the same as my ADI's car but if i were you i would stick with the best teacher, your ADI, then the best car. It doesnt matter what car you're in for private practise.