Britain seems to be suffering from far more extreme weather forecasts recently, so we’ve put together some safety tips to help you keep safe when driving in strong winds.. As with most difficult driving conditions, it is down to you to assess whether your journey is worth the risk. Life is precious, and sometimes road
JSF Driving School has put together some useful top tips to keep you and your car safe on the road during the colder months, and save money on your garage bills in the longer term! Tyres Check that the tyres have sufficient tread depth. The legal requirement is that tyres should have a tread depth
Driving in hot, sunny conditions can cause drowsiness and difficulty concentrating, especially on longer journeys, so be prepared given the unpredictability of British weather! Whatever the weather conditions, it is always a good idea to make sure that your car and equipment are in tip top condition with a regular check and service. This is
Altering your driving style and being prepared is the best advice a driver can remember, and this applies to driving in rainy or wet conditions. There are two main ways that rain or water can affect your ability to drive safely. The first is on your ability to see and assess the environment around you.
Fog can be one of the most dangerous weather conditions to drive in, and should be avoided if possible. Minor accidents can quickly escalate as other drivers can not anticipate difficulties ahead, and often drive too close to each other for the conditions. Pile-ups and more serious injury or loss