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ADI Part 2 – Driving

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  1. Before Starting the Vehicle
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  2. Starting the Vehicle and Moving Away
    5 Topics
  3. MSPSGL Routine, Stopping and Junctions
    16 Topics
  4. Emergency Stop and Manoeuvres
    5 Topics
  5. Awareness, Vulnerable Road Users, Planning and Anticipation
    2 Topics
  6. Independent Driving
    2 Topics
  7. Show Me / Tell Me Questions
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  8. Trainer Notes & Reflective Log Upload Section: Part 2 Practical Sessions
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Left Turn Emerging – minor to major road:

Plan well ahead and check your mirrors to gain any early information on following traffic, type of junction, signs and road markings relating to the junction, size of the junction, vision at the junction, traffic at the junction, uphill or downhill approach and pedestrians near the junction. All this information will help you decide on the correct position, speed and gear to approach the junction.

Observation:

Effective observation must be made on the approach to and before entering any junction.

Look – For traffic, pedestrians and other hazards.

Assess – Is it safe to proceed?

Decide – When to proceed.

Act – Positive action (this could mean proceed or wait)

Vision:

The zone of vision is what the driver can see into the other roads as they approach a junction. The driver’s zone of vision can be restricted when approaching a junction. Obstructions can be buildings, hedges, bends or other vehicles. The zone of vision will improve the closer you get to the junction.

• When a driver’s zone of vision on approach to a junction is good it is known as an
Open Junction

• When a driver’s zone of vision on approach to a junction is poor it is known as a
Closed Junction

Peep and Creep:

The more restricted the view, the slower the driver will need to approach the junction. Having stopped at a T junction you may find that parked vehicles are restricting your view when trying to emerge into the new road. The safest way to proceed is to creep forward slowly looking over, under, along the sides of and through the windows of the parked vehicles until you have a clear enough view to go. This technique is called ‘Peep and Creep’.

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