Feeling Drowsy or Fatigued: People who have a tight schedule, are tired, or are stressed can feel drowsy or fatigued while driving.
Limited or Impaired Mobility: These persons can install large mirrors in their cars for better visibility. They can also use power steering and brakes to avoid muscle discomfort and joint pain.
Age: They should always try to calibrate their driving to their changing age and physical capabilities.
Mental Conditions that Effect Your Driving
Stress: Stress can cause you to behave erratically while on the road, and you can become less tolerant of other drivers.
Emotions: Emotions, such as anger, worry, and grief, can reduce your concentration and compel you to make wrong decisions while on the road. Stay vigilant of your positive emotions, such as happiness or excitement, as they can also cause mental distraction.
Attitude: Displaying attitudes of aggressiveness or being inattentive can work as driving hazards.
Our driving school and courses will help anxious or nervous people build confidence on the road. Our driving lessons most often last two hours, with initial lessons providing a simple explanation of car parts relevant to new drivers.
PASS PLUS COURSES
All lessons will be adjusted to each client’s ability, whilst being structured and easily understandable to help you deal with all situations with ease. Pass Plus courses will expose you to situations you will encounter often, giving you a better understanding of what to do in difficult scenarios.
We will never discriminate against any client and will give you the time to relax and improve your driving experience. Empathising with all students, we can re-establish your confidence on the road, in any vehicle, and any situation.
WHY CHOOSE BDTAS
The BDTAS team believe the best driving lessons are delivered with a knowledgeable, patient, and friendly driving instructor, who ensure all pupils are relaxed. We are committed to helping all pupils who feel uncomfortable, gain complete confidence and composure on the road.