Informed and knowledgeable drivers are safer drivers! Research has shown that up to 85% of road traffic crashes can be attributed to driver error. There are either “error” or not obeying the Rules of the Road.
On the Arrive Alive website and through a variety of road safety blogs and insurance related blogs we strive to share important advice and suggestions on how to be safer on the roads. This also includes several FAQ’s and answers provided by our Experts. On Learner Licensing our expert is Gavin Hoole from the K53 Website.
“This K53 website is a private initiative by Gavin Hoole, author of South Africa’s biggest-selling preparation manuals since the nineteen eighties for both the learner’s licence and driving licence tests, and a listed independent Expert at ArriveAlive.co.za”
Assistance in Preparing for the K53 Test with South Africa’s No. 1 K53 Test CD
Assistance received from Gavin in answering many of the questions from Learners has motivated us to also share with readers another tool to assist them in preparing themselves for the K53 Test.
The Topscore ™ K53 Learner’s & Driver’s Test Success Interactive CD covers all the test requirements the South African National Road Traffic Act and Regulations for the Learner’s Licence test and the official K53 driving test – plus bonus sections to help you enjoy a long and happy life on our roads.
This interactive K53 CD is for use with a computer, and covers:
Light motor vehicles
Heavy motor vehicles
See below video for a demo
Also available as a FREE-TRIAL DOWNLOAD
Learner’s Licence test
Everything you need to know to prepare for the official test
Study manual plus reference material
All the test requirements
How you’ll be tested and marked, and pass marks required
Comprehensive preparation manual to learn from – in easy-to-understand language
All the rules of the road, road signs, signals and markings
National Road Traffic Act excerpts for reference purposes
Test your knowledge
Question bank of over 1,000 questions
Unlimited number of practice tests
Performance and readiness reports to see if you’re ready for the official test
K53 Driving Licence test
How the K53 test is conducted and scored
The pre-trip vehicle inspection requirements — everything you need to check in front of the examiner
Full explanation of the K53 elements and procedures you must follow during all aspects of the driving test
Every yard test manoeuvre explained step-by-step, including illustrations
All the requirements for each road test situation — exact sequences you must follow
On-screen animations so you can see the manoeuvres in action
The same kind of information specifically for the motorcycle test
BONUS: Additional useful information
Untold rules about right of way and other important points
The guiding principles for driving
Vehicle maintenance, buying and insuring
Own the Topscore K53 Test Success software
Top South African learner and driver training experts and the Number One UK learner driver software (well over 2 million users) have teamed up to bring you the most comprehensive learner driver preparation pack.
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