Good Practice While Driving
When you get behind the wheel of a car, you have very important responsibilities. Many of these are grounded in law and you will be required to know them in order to get a driver’s license.
However, there are other facts and tips that will help you be a better, safer, more responsible driver and road user. Your responsibilities start before you even turn the key in the ignition and they only end when you have exited your vehicle.
Our Good Practice blog will provide you with lots of advice that’s sensible, easy to follow, and a reminder of things that may be easy to forget.
Monroe is here to help you Drive Safe, so please come back regularly for more Good Practice ideas and tips.
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