Maidstone is one of the most popular towns in Kent for advanced driver training for us as a business. We already help a number of companies located in the town that want to lower the road risk of their drivers.
We cover this location + All of the UK – We come to you for the training:
We provide bespoke advanced/defensive driver training to companies and private individuals, using our national network of DVSA registered advanced driving instructors.
During a session we typically look at:
* Forward planning and observation
* Speed awareness
* Developing a positive attitude towards safer driving
* How to become a safer driver on all roads
* Car or van control (gears, steering, foot controls, signals)
* Rules of the road
* Dealing with road rage
* Reversing and manoeuvres
* Dealing with adverse weather
* Town and urban defensive driving
* Driving in heavy traffic and allowing adequate space
* Skid control theory and learning what causes skids
* Eco-safe driving (effective use of speed, gears, planning)
* Anticipation – Learning to see and not just look
* Understanding other road users and their intentions
Maidstone is ideally located for our courses, as the area has a wide range of rural, town and out of town roads to really help train drivers.
Being located close to the M20, M2 and M26 (and of course M25) is ideal for motorway driving where we focus on a range of elements, depending on the specific drivers requirements, some may need help with speed awareness, while others may need to focus on confidence and observation. With us there is no rigid training plan.
Rural road training in Maidstone covers a large part of the course. This is mainly because the vast majority of rural roads are where, mile for mile, most serious traffic collisions occur. It makes sense to offer training on these roads. We look at a range of elements including car control, positioning for bends, dealing with adverse weather and much more..
Driving in town gives drivers to learn defensive driving techniques, and how to be safer around cyclists and pedestrians, and also how to manage their space in traffic more effectively.