What is normal unleaded petrol ?

Standard unleaded petrol is 91. Premium unleaded is both 95 and 98. Those numbers – 91, 95 and 98 – are the so-called ‘octane rating’ of the fuel.

Car Offiside (Driver) and Nearside (Passenger)

Check mirrors often / always before maneouvre

It is rule for safety. If you moving to right lane – before signaling right check right mirror for traffic following you, if it’s safe switch. If you returning to left lane, check left mirror first if it’s safe signal left and start moving to the left. When exiting roundabout and signaling left check right mirror afterwars for overtakers.

Existing roundabouts from the right lane

If you need to leave in exit 3 and you in the right lane on roundabout already, once you driving along on the right lane and approacing exit 2 check left mirror and if ok point your car towards left lane with direct strering knowing that you are the blocker for cars waiting in exit 2 (to enter it). Then once you pass exit 2 you already will be on left lane and then you just need to signal left and check your right mirror for overtakers (overtaking car or motorcyclist).

Judging speed at a crossroad and roundabout when waiting at a stop line

When you waiting at a stop line and have a car on your right judge whether to go or not this way:

At a crossroad – if you have a time to walk through the road till the other side (till the kerb on the other side) then go, means car on your right is too far / too slow for you

At a roundabout – if you have a time to jog through the road till the other side then go, means car on your right is too far / too slow for you

 

What is blocker in roundabout

Blocker – is a car which blocks a car on your right, so you can go while car on the right blocked by it’s blocker

Chewing gum

When driving chew a chewing gum, it make you relaxed

How-to deal with oncoming car on residental roads having stationary cards or obstructions

1. A – obstruction on my side, road driveway for both cars, oncoming car has the same distance to obstruction as me – don’t slow down or stop as i can pass the obstruction on my wide of the road without crossing the central broken line.
2. B – obstruction on my side, road is slight narrow but has driveway for both cars, oncoming car has the same distance to obstruction as me – slow down but don’t stop as i can pass the obstruction on my wide of the road without crossing the central broken line.
3. C – obstruction on my side, road is narrow but has driveway for both cars, oncoming car is closer to obstruction than me / faster than me – slow down but don’t stop as the car will pass obstruction before me
4. D – obstruction on my side, road is narrow and driveway only on oncoming car’s side, oncoming car has the same speed as me – stop well behind the obstruction, let oncoming car pass then drive through by passing the obstruction on other side of the road

How-to mirrors when switching the lanes – return to left lane after passing obstruction

When passing the obstruction and return to left lane – check you left mirror after you pass the stationary car or any obstruction.

It is logical to check if stationary car started moving or any motorcyclist turned into the road on the left and now could be on your left.

How-to mirrors when switching the lanes – right lane

If you are driving along the road (on the left lane) and want to switch to right lane – quickly check / glimpse the right mirror to check if it is safe to do so, if it’s safe – signal right and change the lane.

It is not logical to change to right lane without checking what is happening behind on your right side, so according to logic you might check your right mirror before doing that