Commentary Driving is a tool used extensively in advanced driving training in the UK, especially by police services. This excerpt from Bespoke Driver Training's "Advanced RoadCraft" DVD features their founder (an ex-police 'Class 1' advanced driving trainer) demonstrating commentary whilst driving through busy traffic in towns in England, UK.
Blue Light Training Course non Police - M54 - A460 to Cannock
A look at one of the last runs on a Blue Light Training Course, starting
with the M54 motorway. On the A460 heavy traffic, but steady preogress
made by emergency vehicle. Note speeds......and
Driver waitingfor a response of other drivers, before making his move.
React - Respond - Drive to Arrive.
This video is an excerpt from Bespoke Driver Training's "Advanced
RoadCraft" DVD, and introduces some fundamental principles for overtaking
safely on two-way roads. More information about this DVD is here:
Commentary Drive 01
Part 1 of my second attempt of me filming a running commentary of my
driving. Comments appreciated. I've not taken my RoSPA test yet. You will
need to turn the volume up a bit as audio is a bit quiet.
Overtaking technique for 2-way single-carriageway roads
Overtaking on 2-way roads is one of the most challenging manoeuvres
everyday driving necessitates. This clip is an excerpt from our 'High
Performance RoadCraft' DVD, which we filmed on the speed limit-free roads
of the Isle of Man. More information about this DVD is here:
Breakout anti-hijack manoeuvre
Only possible in front-wheel drive cars with a manual transmission, this
anti-hijack manoeuvre is a useful tool for a driver living or working in
hostile environments to have in his toolbox of techniques.
How Car Transmission System Works
Know how the transmission system inside an automobile works. Do not forget
to hit like if you found this video useful.
Please Note: The differential gear system was mistakenly animated, and the
actual rotation of the pinion and the ring gear is opposite to what is
Driving Manual/Stickshift: A Quick How-To
Vehicle is a 2010 Volkswagen Golf GTI, 6-speed manual box, stock engine and
Exhaust. Enjoy what you see, and if
you have any questions, feel free to ask via the comments section, messages
or on Twitter (@ClutchShiftGo)!