Shortly before your test, eat a banana. It’s well-known among driving instructors as the driving test superfood, for the following reasons – bananas are full of B vitamins, which help calm the nerves. They contain tryptophan, a type of protein that the body converts into seratonin, the ‘happy hormone’ – which will keep your mood upbeat. The most effective ways to combat driving test nerves 1. Tell yourself you’re ready You wouldn’t be taking your driving test if you weren’t good enough to pass it. A good driving instructor won’t put you forward for your test until you’re at test standard. Knowing you’re just doing something you’ve done before many, many times before can really help. Embrace the power of Positive Thought! 2. Keep it a secret Don’t tell everyone you’re taking your test. Keeping quiet about it takes some…
Congratulations to Ben Scammell of Thornton Cleveleys on passing his driving test on his first attempt on 18th February, Ben already has a car and said that passing his test will help getting to and from college. Well done from your driving instructor Simon Anson and all the team at BDS Driving School.
Congratulations to Zoie Matthews of Blackpool on passing her driving test on 12th February. Zoie is thrilled as she is moving from Blackpool soon and will not have to walk the kids to school any more. Well done from your driving instructor Liz McKenzie and all the team at BDS Driving School.
Congratulations to Connor Heelis of Cleveleys on passing his driving test on 1st February. Connor passed first time after a completing a one week intensive driving course, he is thrilled he can now take to the open road and go travelling. Well done from your driving instructor Liz McKenzie and all the team at BDS Driving School