Following on from the previous tip about using your wing mirrors to help position your car, we have a similar tip today.
Learner drivers can sometimes misjudge their point of turn when right from a major road in Stoke-on-Trent into a minor road. Even experienced drivers sometimes cut across the centre line of the road they are turning into as they make a right turn. So how can you be confident that when you turn make these turns you end up in the middle of the correct lane?
The answer is remarkably simple. On the approach to your turning, keep your steering wheel straight until your right wing mirror lines up with the centre line of the road you are turning into. Once your right mirror is lined up with centre line, turn your steering wheel right as you drive forward into the new road.
With a little practice you will know precisely how much to turn the wheel depending on how wide the roads/lanes are. Use this technique and you can be confident you will never cut across the centre line of the road you are turning in to.