Professor Warren Brodsky, Ben-Gurion University Of The Negev, looks at 'Understanding the ill-effects of in-car music; how to adapt and modify playlists for increased driver safety':
One message – raise awareness about the kind of music that affects young drivers in different ways. Some facts ...
We're familiar with assessing people by how they do their hair, or what they're wearing. So isn't the shape and colour of their car—often an extension of their wardrobe—worth bearing in mind ? Look at the cars above. Without becoming prejudiced, what sort of driving behaviour might you expect from someone who's bought "one of those" ?
Common reasons for an instructor NOT passing are :
1. Failing to adapt during the lesson – to the drivers needs or style
2. Not properly covering risk management
3. Too much or too little communication with the pupil
4. No learning appears to take place and thus no clear value for money