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Published in conjunction with the Department of Transport, and the DSA (Driving Standards Agency) the Highway Code is a vital little book that tells you everything you need to know to both drive safely and legally n Britains roads and to pass your Theory test. The book is roughly A5-sized ... Read review
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Essential information for the learner driver

Advantagesclearly laid out, lots of diagrams and illustrations, well written

Disadvantagesfactual approach means the book is somewhat dry

"Published in conjunction with the Department of Transport, and the DSA (Driving Standards Agency) the Highway Code is a vital little book that tells you everything you need to know to both drive safely and legally n Britains roads and to pass your Theory test. The book is roughly A5-sized with exacly a hundred pages, and displays information in a clear and straightforward manner, descibing exactly how you should operate in any given situation, eg ..." Read review
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This book is an essential reading for all road-users in England, Scotland and Wales. This updated edition of the only official "Highway Code" contains the very latest rules of the road. Many of these rules are legal requirements and must be adhered to, in order to avoid penalty - fines, penalty points, disqualification or even prison. All road users need to be aware of the new rules. The rules also include a reference to the legislation that creates the offence.The official "Highway Code" reflects the most up-to-date legislation that road-users must adhere to, advice on road safety and best practice. The official "Highway Code" is for life, not just for learners. For over 75 years, the "Highway Code" has been the official guide to using the roads safely and legally. It has contributed enormously to road safety and reliable road transport.However, every day, on average around nine people are killed and around 80 are seriously injured in road collisions.

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Type Non-Fiction
Genre Travel
Title The Official Highway Code
Author Department for Transport
ISBN 115528148
EAN 9780115528149

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