Driving in Bad Weather

Driving in poor weather conditions might seem like a daunting task for many new drivers. Obviously, when the weather is really bad the sensible thing to do is to stay at home. However, it is important that you take advantage of the opportunity to practice the necessary skills that will enable you to drive safely and confidently in adverse weather conditions.

Midland School of Motoring are able to teach you how to drive in:

  • Snow
  • Ice
  • Black Ice
  • Heavy Rain
  • Thick Fog

It is important that you don’t automatically cancel your driving lesson because of poor weather conditions. If you are concerned about the weather affecting your driving please get in touch with us and we’ll let you know whether or not it is safe for you to drive.

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