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Online Driving Course Dual Carriageway & Slip Roads

This video shows all you need to know about Dual Carriageways which can have terrifyingly short entry and exit slip roads that lead onto a road with two or more lanes at National Speed Limit.  National Speed Limit Dual Carriageways are dangerous roads that carry all sorts of traffic not seen on Motorways.  These include learner drivers without an instructor, mopeds and smaller motorcycles, cyclists, horses , tractors and even mobility scooters.  Dual Carriageways also do not have a hard shoulder. They do not have “Smart” technology like the new generation of Motorways which have cameras and sensors every 100 yards to detect accidents.  This makes this Primary roads very dangerous and often underestimated by drivers learning and those with more experience.

  • Door Mirror Camera
  • Short Entry Slip Roads
  • Long Entry Slip Roads
  • Short Exit Slip Roads
  • Long Exit Slip Roads
  • When & When Not To Stop

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