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Car Driving in Two Weeks (Paperfronts)

by Lawrence Nathan

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"Lawrence Nathan, long experienced car driver, has written this book for the learner and more experienced driver who aspires to real proficiency. At the first attempt about forty percent of learners pass their test; of Nathan's pupils the pass figure is over eighty percent which indicates that he is well qualified to instruct. All drivers, perhaps even the most experienced, will benefit by studying his book.
Among the subjects covered are:-
Gear changes... Take off... Sychromatic gear change... Clutch control... While on test... Crossings... Signals... Three point turn... Double declutch... Preselector gear changing unit... Steering... Reverese-narrow opening... Changing direction... Left and Right Hand turns... Roundabouts... Failure chit... Reasons for Test Failure... Test hints... Examiner's questions... Avoidance of accidents... The skid."
  rajendran | Oct 29, 2006 |
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