roadcraft


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roadcraft

(ˈrəʊdˌkrɑːft)
n
the skills and knowledge used to drive road vehicles
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In preparation, I did a two-hour road-riding session on a 125cc bike, during which they hammered the fundamentals of roadcraft into your head.
Introducing the Islamic ethics of roadcraft as part of driver education in Bahrain should make our roads a lot safer.
Then, after getting to grips with how to start the bike and, probably more importantly, how to stop the bike, it's a whole new world of clutch control, learning the gears and a bit of roadcraft.
What is needed is a greater understanding of roadcraft.
Motorists and other road users need to concentrate on competent roadcraft and to be spared the distractions of such elevated tawdriness.
The most obvious difference is one where the Department for Transport's Driving Manual advises people to keep to a safety line following the left edge throughout any bend on country roads, and a completely different approach described in older versions of the driving manual, Roadcraft.
The British Horse Society (BHS) has updated and republished one of its most popular books, Riding and Roadcraft.
Now extended to cars, MAC courses are aimed at increasing the awareness and roadcraft skills of experienced drivers.
Prevention is better than cure, so why not buy him a copy of Motorcycle Roadcraft (the police riders' handbook) and find out about local roadcraft classes.
The crane fell off a low loader recovery vehicle at Roadcraft on Strand Road, in Bootle, at about 10.
Courses will be designed to meet the needs of different students and be based on Motorcycle Roadcraft and the Highway Code.