So Halloween is here again and so we are almost into November once more. Where has this year gone?!! We’re enjoying the still mild weather here at Vines Driving School and hoping any snow stays away, at least for a while, after the major disruptions to our lessons last year. I see America are being hit hard by the snow already.
Our move with our driving schools in Woking and lessons in Guildford is already proving successful which is great news and we of course only have you to thank for that. We are on the first page of Google for Woking already which shows the quality of our website, and soon work will begin on getting us onto the first page for Guildford.
Enjoy your week!
You may have noticed a couple of subtle changes, or rather additions, to our website this week. We can now offer driving lessons in Woking and Guildford! It’s great to be able to add and accommadate these large areas of Surrey and shows our growing success. We have you all to thank for that, whether you have had lessons with us or have just stumbled across our website.
We have more changes and improvements on the way, and I’ll point them out as and when they become ‘live’, unless you notice them first. We want to be the most helpful driving school in surrey, as well as continually offering great prices for great tuition.
Rememeber your first lesson with us is always free, no questins asked as we’re so confident you’ll like what you see. So why not give us a try, or refer a friend to get them started!
Enjoy the week!
So, the main story coming out this week has been of the possible motorway speed limit increase. A good or bad thing? We’re going to place ourselves firmly on the fence on this one. As with everything you can argue easilly for or against.
Personally when driving at anytime, anywhere, I’m never in a rush, and so this means not needing to go any faster than the current limits. I find it far more relaxing travelling on the motorway at around 60 – 65mph than 70 or above. And actually find the majority of motorists are the same. It’s once you get close to the speed limit and so in the outer lanes, things get far more agressive and you’re likely to be tailgatted by impatient motorists.
Will a higher speed limit make this worse? That remains to be seen. Cars are of course much safer these days and far more capable of travelling at high speed, its the drivers behind the wheel you sometimes have to wonder about with mobile phones still often used without handsfree as with the many other vehicle gadgets. And, you have to wonder what difference arriving 10 minutes earlier to a destination will actually make. Higher speeds mean heavier braking, which in turn may cause far more queues.. Time will tell!
See you next week