The The Highway Code is essential reading for all road users, and not just those who are about to take their driving test! Once you have passed your driving or riding test, it is all too easy to fall into ‘bad habits’ and to forget the rules of the road. However, the Rules of the Road are now available to carry around with on your mobile device so no matter where you are, you have a handy guide to refer to.
The Code covers rules for everyone, pedestrians, riders, drivers & cyclists; therefore if we all read the code and stick to the rules, the roads will be a much safer place.
All aspects of driving are covered in Highway Code including general driving advice and looking out for vulnerable road users. It covers driving in bad weather conditions, waiting and parking, all the way through to driving on motorways. There is advice on what to do in the event of a breakdown and how to behave at roadworks.
There are number of annexes, with lots of information for all road users. These include:
- You and your bicycle
- Motorcycle licence requirements
- Vehicle documents and learner driver requirements
- The road user and the law
- Vehicle maintenance, safety and security
- First aid on the road
- Safety code for new drivers
There are links to other websites where you can find much more information, for instance, legislation and documents, and advice about all aspects of travel and using the road.
Whether you are a new driver or rider, or someone with experience, The Highway Code is still an important tool. If you want to stay safe on the roads, and also to help others stay safe; then now is the time to brush up on your motoring knowledge with your own copy of The Highway Code for Kindle.
Theory Test Questions
This electronic version of the Highway Code comes complete with interactive theory test practise questions for cars.
The book is available to download for Amazon Kindle and looks great on your mobile phone.
This is one of the Learning to Drive series which includes:
- The Highway Code & Theory Test Revision Questions for Cars
- Teaching a Learner Driver (A guide for amateur instructors)
- Learning to Drive – (The Learner Driver’s Manual)
- The Learner Driver’s Logbook (Lesson plan & progress record)
- The Driving Test & How to Pass (An examiner’s guide to the ‘L’ test)