Welcome to How to Drive, the place on the Interweb where enthusiastic drivers pull over for a fix of motoring MDMA! If motoring matters to you, you’ve arrived in the right place.
Our mission is to contribute to making the worlds roads safer and more secure for everyone. If you want to become a better and safer driver, How to Drive’s varied and growing repository of resources will help you to further your knowledge, skill and enjoyment of motoring.
A Hillman Imp.
Best viewed nowadays with a bucket and mouthwash nearby!
My recollection is that I was eleven years young when my best friend and I sat in my mom’s Hillman Imp planning how, when we were old enough to drive, we would fit a roll cage and weld the doors closed, so that we would have to enter the car through its windows, Dukes of Hazzard style!
“The General Lee” of the Dukes of Hazzard (aka a Dodge Charger)
As soon as I could, I started driving lessons. Months later, I sealed my freedom with a driving licence. That was 1987, so whilst puberty had happened the Web had not. Consequently, I was frustrated by the lack of resources that were available to me to develop my driving skills, including money (I had only just entered the real world of work). How to Drive is borne of those frustrations. You, lucky reader, need not starve your craving.
Since 1997, I have worked internationally as a pro’ driver and specialist driving trainer. I’ve worked as a police advanced driving instructor and a driving consultant to car manufacturers such as Porsche and Jaguar Land Rover. Nowadays, I’m transitioning to sharing what I’ve learned with a wider, online audience.
I hope you’ll find How to Drive’s range of accessible resources helpful to you in the realisation of your personal driving ambitions.
Founder, How to Drive