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Advanced Driving Skills – Protec Training

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Advanced driver training from a Protec Training instructor. UK instructor gives demonstration on and off-road of how it should be done and students then take the wheel in the final stages of training. This is real time and on teh UK roads in emergency services vehicles – which is why they can exceed speed limits. You cant

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  1. "Advanced driving skills" looooool ur kidding right. you mean more than child driving skills hahaha

  2. "Advanced driving skills" looooool ur kidding right. you mean more than child driving skills hahaha

  3. I thought they were speaking german for like 3 minutes till I realized he was speaking in a Scottish accent.

  4. I thought they were speaking german for like 3 minutes till I realized he was speaking in a Scottish accent.

  5. this advice makes perfect sense, read a book called roadcraft and the explanation is clear. Limit Point Analysis. People don’t realise until they complete a course such as this is that prior to any manouvere there is an ongoing ‚information‘ phase. The point is that if there is insufficent clear road/view then the driver will return to their own side of the road. People do not even have a chance to react because before the realise where the police car is it is back onto its own side

  6. this advice makes perfect sense, read a book called roadcraft and the explanation is clear. Limit Point Analysis. People don’t realise until they complete a course such as this is that prior to any manouvere there is an ongoing ‚information‘ phase. The point is that if there is insufficent clear road/view then the driver will return to their own side of the road. People do not even have a chance to react because before the realise where the police car is it is back onto its own side

  7. this advice makes perfect sense, read a book called roadcraft and the explanation is clear. Limit Point Analysis. People don’t realise until they complete a course such as this is that prior to any manouvere there is an ongoing ‚information‘ phase. The point is that if there is insufficent clear road/view then the driver will return to their own side of the road. People do not even have a chance to react because before the realise where the police car is it is back onto its own side

  8. rather extreme claim there about police killing so many people in accidents due to careless or dangerous driving. I might drive on 15 of these runs per shift, that works out at about 3000 per year. I have been doing so for almost 2 years and am yet to have any sort of accident. I work on a team of 15 and no one from my team has had an accident driving in this way. I do know of people who have had accidents but your generalisation is actually offensive to the people who drive well

  9. rather extreme claim there about police killing so many people in accidents due to careless or dangerous driving. I might drive on 15 of these runs per shift, that works out at about 3000 per year. I have been doing so for almost 2 years and am yet to have any sort of accident. I work on a team of 15 and no one from my team has had an accident driving in this way. I do know of people who have had accidents but your generalisation is actually offensive to the people who drive well

  10. rather extreme claim there about police killing so many people in accidents due to careless or dangerous driving. I might drive on 15 of these runs per shift, that works out at about 3000 per year. I have been doing so for almost 2 years and am yet to have any sort of accident. I work on a team of 15 and no one from my team has had an accident driving in this way. I do know of people who have had accidents but your generalisation is actually offensive to the people who drive well

  11. rather extreme claim there about police killing so many people in accidents due to careless or dangerous driving. I might drive on 15 of these runs per shift, that works out at about 3000 per year. I have been doing so for almost 2 years and am yet to have any sort of accident. I work on a team of 15 and no one from my team has had an accident driving in this way. I do know of people who have had accidents but your generalisation is actually offensive to the people who drive well

  12. 3:43 Dumbarton Road, West End, Glasgow! 😛 I remember the blue-light traning relentlessly taking place allll last summer, or so it seemed to my ears! =(

  13. i would also like to note that the chief driving instructor for my Ambulance service was the co-writer of ‚Roadcraft’….

  14. "Unfortunatly I fear standard response and ambulance driver training is not compreshensive to cover enough for a student to learn correct application" so when i did my high speed training in N.Wales with the NHS Ambulance service and we covered extreme positioning we obviously are not trained enough!!!! Some people have no idea what they are on about! I am also a CP/CT trained driver from my time in the military…

  15. "Unfortunatly I fear standard response and ambulance driver training is not compreshensive to cover enough for a student to learn correct application" so when i did my high speed training in N.Wales with the NHS Ambulance service and we covered extreme positioning we obviously are not trained enough!!!! Some people have no idea what they are on about! I am also a CP/CT trained driver from my time in the military…

  16. Isn’t all this encouraging the public to drive like policemen and without the benefit of blue lights and sirens and months of training? How about just keeping within the speed limits and approaching bends a little slower instead of moving to the middle on a left hand bend?! – I think a little knowledge of this type can be a dangerous thing! Leave this style of driving to the professionals who may require to drive faster to save a life, but to the rest of us just drive sensibly.

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