In order to be a better second hand car driver, the ideal first-time car buyer must first become a better driver, says the new Irish driving school, The Caravan.
The School, which is run by the Dublin based Institute of Advanced Driving Technology, is offering a two-year course in second-hand car driving, a subject that has been heavily criticised in recent years.
Its founder and CEO, Dr. Michael Murphy, said the course was meant to provide “a safe and enjoyable introduction to second-life driving” and provide a “better understanding of how to drive a second-world car”.
“We have to understand the car before we drive it,” he said.
The course was created by a number of members of the Irish car industry who wanted to learn to drive and understand the vehicles involved in their lives.
“The driving skills are the same as if you were driving a first-hand vehicle.
We are going to teach you how to make sure you can safely navigate and drive your car.”
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“This is a course for people who want to become a safer second-person car driver.”
If you are in a good place and you want to drive, then you have to start now.
“The course includes a simulated driving test, a hands-on drive with a real-life vehicle, and a safety briefing.
The final project will be a hands on test, where participants will be driving their cars.”
They are not the same. “
They are always changing.
They are not the same.
We want to educate people about how to use the cars, how to understand and drive them, and how to be safe.”
He said the project was “a huge step forward” for the industry, but that the learning process was still “very much in its infancy”.
“I would like to think it will be around 10 to 15 years before we can really have a lot of confidence in it, because there are so many different cars and there are always going to be new cars,” he added.
“But at the end of the day, the lesson is that cars can be very dangerous.
It is a real thing that is happening in the real world.”
The Irish car school will also offer a course in third-hand cars, a topic that has received criticism recently.
“I think people think about the car a lot more than they think about their first-world cars,” said the former head of the National Motorists Association, Martin Barrett.
“It is a much wider topic than first-life car driving.
It includes things such as what we think about safety in first-home ownership, how much of our time is spent in the garage, what we like to do when we are in the car and what is the difference between being in the house and in the parking lot.”
People have different attitudes to these issues.
They have different levels of knowledge and knowledge is important.
It needs to be taught.
“Dr Murphy added that third-life cars are “not really in a position to teach us much”.”
There is no practicality to them, there are no practicalities,” he explained.”
Third-life vehicles are not necessarily safer than first world cars.
“The Caravan has previously spoken out about the negative impact of third-world driving on the Irish economy.