Supervising a learner...

Supervising a learner can be a rewarding experience for both the accompanying driver and the learner.

Studies show that learners who get private practice get to test standard more quickly.

If you are going to supervise your child, or somebody else, ask yourself honestly whether your own driving skills are up to scratch? Could you pass today's driving test? Learners pick up habits and attitudes from parents and siblings and it is particularly important to set a good example. You may wish to consider taking an evaluation drive or a refresher course.

As the learner's supervisor you have certain rules and responsibilities that must be taken seriously:

You will need to give even more focus and attention than if you were driving.


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