5 tips you should consider if you are planning to resume your driving lessons in California

5 tips you should consider if you are planning to resume your driving lessons in California

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After the pandemic, things are slowly getting back to the normal routine, and people are starting to get used to their everyday lives. However, if you learned how to drive in the middle of the pandemic then, it’s time to take some practical lessons as well. But, getting back to your practical driving lesson will bring some restrictions, and you must follow some of the tips when you back to driving school for behind-the-wheel training in California.

 

Here is the compilation of a list that will help you to adhere to these tips to make your learning easy and safe. Let’s dig more into it-

  • Take the protective measures with you-

When you finally go back to driving, you must carry a PPE kit that will properly cover you. So that when you sit in the car, you will be able to protect yourself from the deadly virus if it is in the car. It will also protect you from the instructor as he/she will be sitting next to you. Therefore, a PPE kit will safeguard you from viruses and decline your chances of getting affected by the virus.

  • Wash your hands before and after sessions-

One of the requirements to protect yourself from Covid19 while driving lessons is hygiene. You must wash your hands before starting the session, and after the session so that you stay you can wash the virus away. You should also take a bottle of sanitizer and a pair of gloves with you to eliminate the chances of the virus affecting your health.

  • Watch some YouTube channels-

Practical lessons are crucial, but similarly, you must prepare yourself as well to give the best during your California’s behind the wheel test. Go through the online videos and keep yourself up-to-date with knowledge. This is quite important for you because it will help you in sharpening your skills when it comes to driving.

  • Practice with your family members and learn from them-

When you live with your parents, grab this opportunity and start practicing with them. The fact is that no one can help you like your parents will as they are always concerned about you. Your family will always want you to pass the driving test, and they will make sure that you get all the necessary knowledge for giving the test.

  • Be calm, be patient-

Learning how to drive is not that easy since you will have to go through many phases before giving the exam. This learning journey will require a lot of calmness and patience from your end as learning is not something that you can complete in two days. Thus, make sure you find the right driving school and stay patient and calm. Trust the process, and it will be worth all your time and efforts.

Overall, the above-mentioned tips are the most important ones when you get back to your routine and start learning to drive. Not just during the sessions, but when it comes to safety, you must carry a PPE kit, sanitizer, gloves, and other things for your California’s behind the wheel driving test because it is vital to carry the protective measures even when you are in your exam.

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January 11, 2021 UPDATE

WE ARE OPEN!

As of January 11, 2021, Click 2 Drive has fully re-opened its Headquarters. Please speak with one of our friendly counselors to book your behind the wheel driving lessons. 

Monday – Friday 

9am – 6pm 

&

Saturdays 

10am – 2pm

As for the DMV, we were informed they will be RESCHEDULING CANCELED behind the wheel drive tests and in the near future they will be SCHEDULING new appointments for behind-the-wheel drive tests. As for the permit exams, the DMV is allowing individuals to make appointments under the REAL ID application. Below is a link to the most up to date news release on the DMV’s instagram and website. 

COVID Changes:

To ensure the safety of our students and team members, we have taken extra PPE measures. These include disposable steering wheel covers, masks, and clear dividers.

For more information check out the latest news release from the DMV.

https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/news-and-media/

or

https://www.instagram.com/ca_dmv/?hl=ln

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