The UK has some of the busiest roads in Europe. In Western Europe, only Italy has more vehicles per mile than the UK.
There are around 35,760,901 vehicles currently on the UK roads, which is roughly one car for every two people
Our favourite car colour is silver. There were 7,996,383 silver cars on the road in UK in 2014
Percy Shaw's glass reflectors, otherwise known as Cats Eyes, first appeared on British roads on 29th April 1935
The world's first speeding ticket was given to someone driving at 8mph!!
Back in 1896, the speed limit in Britain was a meagre 2mph and cars had to have a chap walking in front with a red flag to warn pedestrians of their approach.
The Gatso was the first speed camera used in the UK when it was installed on the M40 in 1991.
The process to become an ADI is strict and tough. To qualify and be successful as an ADI, instructors require a very high standard of driving ability and attitude with great knowledge of the subjects relating to the driving syllabus while being able to teach the pupil.
The ADI examination process does see candidates pass the examinations, however others struggle and fail the qualifying examination. With Instructor Training from Learn Driving Skills we provide support all the way to achieve a qualified driving instructor.
To be sucessful in teaching others to drive, you will gain knowledge about: