Driving should be a relaxed and rewarding activity. Be nice to other drivers, practice the basic rules of courtesy and treat your car well, so that we all enjoy ourselves. You may get a little nervous the first few times at the wheel, but don’t worry because it’s normal. No one is born learned, and the more miles you go, the better you drive. Practice using the car to make getaways that suit you, and then’ catch your eye’.
Take care of your vehicle, don’t make unnecessary or disproportionate efforts. Treat it with special care in the first few minutes after starting, especially if it is very cold, drive gently until the water and oil temperatures rise. At the wheel it is very easy to warm up and lose good manners from any incident, take a deep breath and be sympathetic to other drivers. Be especially courteous to older cars. For example, don’t make them brake downhill, sometimes they need that reprimand to climb the next hill.