The process of learning to drive encompasses a wide range of skills. From basic motor skills to more advanced observational and cognitive skills, when it comes to the aspect of hazard perception and the decision-making process involved.
Some hazards are obvious – Fallen branches for example – Whilst others may be more subtle, such as a parked car, which may or may not have a driver or passenger ready to exit the vehicle suddenly and without warning. Learning to identify and react to hazards appropriately is part of being a good driver, so get practising!
Safe driving from Britannia!