Driving lessons in Beverley
Arrow Driving Academy has driving instructors in Beverley. We offer driving lessons in Beverley and the surrounding area. If you live outside of Beverley and want a driving lesson then contact Arrow Driving Academy, we can provide lessons all around this area.
Driving school Beverley
With fantastic roads that offer a whole range of challenges for the new and experienced driver. Beverley is one of the best places we can offer lessons. It offers instructors the full gambit of roads to take our students on. From quiet suburban cul de sacs and one-way streets, to country roads a short distance away and not forgetting of course the dual carriageway. Completing your driving lessons in Beverley you can be sure you will experience a very wide range of roads and conditions.
Driverless Car concerns
Well in other news the government has invited bids from UK cities to become one of three that will form part of a trial of driverless vehicles. Transport Minister Claire Perry said:
â€œDriverless cars have huge potential to transform the UK’s transport network – they could improve safety, reduce congestion and lower emissions, particularly CO2.
â€œWe are determined to ensure driverless cars can fulfil this potential which is why we are actively reviewing regulatory obstacles to create the right framework for trialling these vehicles on British roads.â€
This has caused some concern in both the driving industry and the driving public with some two thirds of the driving public having concerns about driverless cars – car incident camera firm SmartWitness found that 66.2% of drivers said more checks were needed before automated cars are allowed on public highways. Can we ever stop the onward march of technology? And the question is should we? If driverless cars make the roads safer and reduce the impact of human error then that can only be a good thing. One thing is for certain it really will require much more research and investment and a whole raft of good PR before they are accepted onto our roads. However, this is the first substantial step into this new approach. From a driving schools point of view it could be viewed as a threat but then again things always change eventually and if it becomes a reality that driverless cars will be the majority on UK roads the transition will still take time and we would have to adapt to the change. Whatever happens it will very interesting to see how these changes pan out and the pilot schemes will no doubt draw a lot of attention to safe driving campaigns which can only be a good thing.
Take care this week and stay safe on the roads