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  • Farook is a great instructor and I would recommend him to anyone. He is very calm which is very important and is very thorough in his teaching. When you did something wrong, he would tell you and explain in detail why it was wrong and the next time I would get it right. Thank you Farook.

    by Ranta Hussain
  • I took  lessons with One Driving School in East London, I didn’t think that I would pass in First time.  My Instructor is helpful & very reliable, he teach me everything I need for Driving, he was explaining about the mistake i made & how to improve it. I defiantly will be recommend One Driving School in East London to my friends and family. Thank One Driving School  for all your helps.

    by Musaraf Hussain
  • I was taking lesson with One Driving School in East London. I’m very happy to have passed my practical driving test in my first attempt with the help of Mohammed Nizam Chowdhury…driving instructor from One Driving. He is really reliable and helpful, his teaching method is fantastic.

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  • I would thank to Aunti so much for helping me to pass my driving test! She taught me not only to get through a test but also to become a safe, independent driver. I greatly enjoyed lessons with Aunti and would recommend her teaching to anyone.

    by Mansia
  • Abdul is a very friendly person who makes me feel at ease, he has a bubbly charming personality, I would not hesitate to recommend him anyone who is looking for a driving instructor.

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Free Guide

img4Brakes should be tested as you set off by applying gentle pressure at slow speed. Brakes should not feel spongy or slack and the vehicle should not pull to one side.
img5Recommended pressures can be found In the 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.
img6 Tyres should be checked to ensure there are no cuts or bulges. There should be 1.6mm of tread depth across the central ¾ of the breadth of the tyre and around the entire outer circumference. This can be checked with a tyre depth guage or the depth markers in the tyres themselves.
img7Adjust the rigid part of the restraint so that it is close to the back of your head and level with your eyes or top of your ears.
img27Operate light switch (turn on ignition if necessary).
img9 The ABS warning light would become illuminated on the instrument panel if there is a fault.
img10Identify dipstick/oil level indicator, describe check of oil level against the minimum/maximum markers.
img28Identify reservoir, check fluid level is between high/low markings.
img30 Identify high/low level markings on header tank where fitted or radiator filler cap and describe how to top up to correct level.
img29Identify reservoir and explain how the washer fluid should be filled to a level between the min and max markers on the side of the reservoir.
img15If the steering becomes heavy the system may not be working properly. Before starting a journey two simple checks can be made. Gentle pressure on the steering wheel, maintained while the engine is started, should result in a slight but noticeable movement as the system begins to operate. Alternatively turning the steering wheel just after moving off will give an immediate indication that the power assistance is functioning.
img24Apply footbrake firmly. Demonstrate by applying parking brake so that when it is fully applied it secures itself and is not at the end of the working travel.
img17Check is carried out by pressing gently on the control (turn on ignition if necessary).
img8 Applying the indicators or hazard warning switch and check functioning of all indicators. You may need to switch the ignition on, however, you should not start the engine.
img18Operate brake pedal, make use of reflections in windows, garage doors, etc, or ask someone to help. As this is now a show me question the examiner may check the brake lights for you. You may need to switch the ignition on, however you should not start the engine.
img19Operate control to wash and wipe windscreen. You may need to switch the ignition on, however, you should not start the engine.
img20 Set all relevant controls including: fan, temperature, air direction/source and heated screen to clear windscreen and windows. Engine does not have to be started for this demonstration.
img25Operate the rear fog switch after switching on dipped headlights, check switch is illuminated and explain that they should only be used when visibility is reduced to 100 metres or less.
img26Move the stalk attached to the steering column forwards which will illuminate a blue warning light on the instrument panel.

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