Steering Wheel Trainer is unique practical teaching aid for Pull Push or Hand Over Hand methods of steering while in a stopped position. We simply place this teaching aid over the tuition vehicle steering wheel for technique demonstration and student practice. A practical teaching aid with a realistic feel!
iPad with Road Board application. Designed specifically for Driving Instructors Road Board is a handy tool for laying out different scenarios as we explain them to our pupils. Road Board includes 41 different road situations, including all the most common road and junction types. We can add cars, pedestrians, other road users, obstacles, road markings etc to the situation. As we add things to the view, we can move them around, rotate them, make them disappear – whatever you need to do to illustrate your point. With the touch of a button, you can also draw on the view. Great tool for the driving school!
800m Laser Rangefinder. We use this device in our driving lessons to develop our student’s good eye. It’s perfect for use when in stationary position for practising determining the distances between the car and a target objects up to 800m away through the simple process of pointing and clicking. The student can see the distance through the viewfinder for easy reference. With an accuracy of +- 1m, it can take accurate readings even with small obstacles in the way, such as fences or branches, so we don’t have to worry about getting a perfectly clear line of sight to get a reading. This fantastic device works in any weather conditions!
Teach Driving in 3D NEW 2012 EDTION is a unique 49 page, A4 spiral bound visual teaching aid fully laminated for use with dry wipe pen. With clear 3d diagrams this manual introduces and explains a wide range of driving skills & procedures.
Professional Driving Techniques: The Essential Guide to Operating a Motor Vehicle with Confidence and Skill by Anthony J. Scotti. This book walks you step by step through the intricacies of the Driving System the Driver, the Vehicle and the Driving Environment. You’ll learn how to maintain your vehicle and it s driver in optimum condition for taking to the road, and how to maintain vehicle control in both everyday and emergency situations in a variety of road and weather conditions.
110 CAR AND DRIVING EMERGENCIES by James Joseph offers quick, why-didn’t-I-think-of-that answers to any problem a driver will possibly face, whether it’s mechanical, electrical, weather, or an on-the-road hazard. Here is the first how-to book that shows how to calmly deal with minor problems or major hazards, in the driveway or garage or on the road far from home.
The Complete Learn-to-drive Handbook for Australia and New Zealand by Kerry O’Sullivan. Simple manual, written from twenty years of on-the-job experience, is a commonsense practical guide for anyone who wants to learn to drive and for those who want to teach them. The key to getting a driving licence and then to being a good driver lies not only in knowing the rules and being able to control a car. It is just as important to learn how to see what is happening on the road around you and how to recognise and avoid a dangerous situation before it turns into a “scare experience”. By following the lessons in this book learner-drivers will be able to approach the driving test with confidence. As licensed drivers they will have all the skills that make driving pleasurable as well as safe.