Steve Curtis Driving School
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I'm a local driving instructor with many years of experience in teaching people to drive, I use the latest teaching methods in a fun and relaxed way which bring me a very high first time pass rate. On my lessons I try to make learning to drive as enjoyable as possible. I teach in the areas of Newquay, St Columb and Indian Queens. Over 90% of the people I teach come to me as a result of former pupils or people I'm teaching at the time recommending me.

All driving lessons are designed to suit your needs from a complete beginner who's never driven before through to advance driving lessons and everything in between.

The learner must hold a current, valid driving licence (provisional or full),w hich must be produced on or in advance of their first lesson. Payment can be made in cash or by bank transfer. Lesson Postponement or Cancellation - 24 hours notice of a cancellation is required to avoid a lesson fee however if I can obtain work for any individual lessons

2. Tell me where you'd find the information for the recommended tyre pressures for this car and how tyre pressures should be checked. Manufacturer's guide, use a reliable pressure gauge, check and adjust pressures when tyres are cold, don't forget spare tyre, remember to refit valve caps. 3. Tell me how you make sure your head restraint is correctly

These are important that they are set up correctly. INTERIOR MIRROR :- Flat glass gives you a true image, the one we judge speed and distance of vehicles behind. You should not touch the glass as this could leave marks which may distort the image behind. There is a normally a switch underneath the mirror this adjust the mirror to take an image off of

When approaching a roundabout, you should use Mirror - Signal - Manoeuvre at all times and continually adjust your speed and position to fit in with traffic conditions. Before you get onto a roundabout you should make sure that you are fully aware of the situation around you - including where you are entering the roundabout and which exit you should

The acceleration [slip road ] lane is an extra lane on the left for use when building up your speed before merging with traffic on a dual carriageway so that you can join the flow safely. Even though it should be obvious to other drivers that you are intending to pull out, a signal is useful because not everybody is as alert as they should be. You need

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