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Learner Driver Podcast Show

EP # 2 – Should Cyclists Be Insured?

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Are you learning to drive? Yes, good! Then join us on this week’s podcast show and delve into the world of what it is really like to learn to drive. Our weekly show will give you lots of hints and tricks and will get you on the right track. 

Would you learn to drive in snow? How would you fare with learning to drive in snow? Is your driving instructor happy to take you out? Or, should you not drive in snow! What are your thoughts? Please leave a comment below we would love to hear your thoughts! 

life of an instructor and how we put weight on behind the wheel! Diet hacks and hints and tricks. 

In today’s episode, we discuss cyclists and who should be at fault if cyclists damage cars when out on the road. An instructor at a test centre shared their story on how a cyclist hit their car when they were waiting in traffic. Should cyclists really be insured and have training to be on the road? Will this inhibit their use? Would the public accpet this? What are your views? Let us know in the comments so that we can make more content on future episodes – let’s start talking about life on the road – and remember, learning doesn’t stop when you pass your driving test. 

Also in this episode, we discuss when to report accidents to the police (yes even instructors have them) and why this is so important! Listen to my story about what happened when a cyclist ran into my car and I reported it within 24 hours and how the rider waited 3 months! Worth a listen! 

Again, we want to thank you for your support and please leave a comment below this video and let us know your thoughts – thank you for supporting us, until next time take care. 

 

Swan & Soto 

 

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