Tricks for novice drivers

tricks for novice drivers

 

Did you just get your driving license and need some tricks for novice drivers? ✅ Follow these 5 safety tips for beginners.

Lack of experience, insecurity and fear, are factors that cause new drivers incorrect reactions and risks on the road. Respecting speed, checking other driver’s skills, paying attention to traffic lights and pedestrians are some of the road safety rules that you must consider while driving, but this is only acquired with time and experience.

For those novice drivers who drive a car for the first time after getting their driver’s license, we want to mention some trick for novice drivers that will help you drive safely.

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5 tricks for novice drivers

To reduce the risk of accidents in novice drivers and gain safety, follow these tips:

First trick for novice drivers: comfortable driving

To maintain safely while driving, it is essential that you are sitting correctly, in order to do this, adjust the seat according to your height. Make sure you reach the pedals perfectly to drive and that you are at the right height to see the road correctly.

Once you have adjusted the seat, put on the seat belt and adjust the rear view mirrors to see the blind spots of the car. When you have completed all these steps, you will be ready to go driving.

It is important to remember that it is forbidden to drive with coats or jackets that make us uncomfortable while driving. In winter, put the heating and forget the coat to drive. The same applies to footwear, we must drive with shoes adjusted to the foot that is comfortable. In summer, it is forbidden to drive with flip flops, as it can cause serious risks on the road.

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If you are a new driver, practice in familiar areas

If you still do not feel safe while driving, avoid areas that are often very congested by traffic or unknown areas. A trick for novice drivers, is to practice in familiar areas, easy and convenient to get experience.

For this, a good option is to circulate in parking areas that are empty, so you can practice with the pedal set and the steering wheel turning. It is also advisable to drive in towns or areas of the city that are less visited and at times where there is little traffic.

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Comply with the safety rules for beginners

Complying with safety regulations is the basis of safe driving. Take advantage of the fact that you have just got your driver’s license and all the driving concepts you studied remain fresh to put into practice.

Driving is not an easy task, especially for novice drivers, so it is essential to pay special attention on the road and maintain the maximum concentration possible, especially in the city, to not miss any detail, and thus, avoid road hazards.

Some tips for beginner drivers that you should keep in mind: do not exceed the allowed speed, always keep the safety distance to avoid accidents, respect all traffic signs on the road and be careful with pedestrians and other drivers.

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Do not drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs

We already know that driving is not compatible with alcohol and drugs, however little it is consumed. It is proven that alcohol and driving are not good companions, since they reduce the ability to drive. When alcohol is absorbed in blood, the movements and reactions are slower, which increases the difficulty of concentration.

In Spain, it is forbidden to drive with a blood alcohol level higher than 0.25 mg / l. In case of novice drivers, this rate is reduced to 0.15 mg / l. Exceeding this rate leads to a loss of points and a fine of up to € 500.

One of the tricks for novice drivers is to use public transportation instead of your car on those days that you are going to consume alcohol.

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Avoid distractions if you are a new driver

Using the cell phone, eating, drinking or using the GPS are distractions that can cause serious risks on the road. If you are a beginner driver, avoid at all costs, as much as possible, any distraction.

Some tricks for best-known novice drivers are: place the mobile in an inconspicuous place while you are driving, so you will avoid the temptation to pick up the phone if they have spoken to you by whatsapp or call you on the phone; set the GPS  before starting your journey and, in the event that it stops working, park the car in a safe place and reset it; For long trips, make stops to rest, eat and drink.

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Other tips for beginner drivers that you should keep in mind

In addition to the tricks for novice drivers that we have just mentioned, it is important to keep in mind the following tips, which although they seem quite evident, it is worth remembering:

If you are a new driver, do not forget to use the “L” signal

The basic rule that every new driver must follow is to use the “L” signal on the left side of the rear window of the car. It must be placed in a visible area so that any driver can see it and that does not affect your visibility while driving.

The “L” signal is mandatory to carry during the first year of your driving experience and in case of infringement, it can lead to a fine of up to € 100. A good trick for novice drivers is to place it in the lower left corner with some tape, so it does not fall with the vibration of the car.

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Use Google Maps to know the way if you are a novice driver

Finding yourself correctly on the road it is essential to drive safely. We recommend checking the path previously through Google Maps to ensure you drive correctly and avoid making sudden maneuvers.

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We hope that these tricks for novice drivers can help you driving more carefully until you get experience on the road.

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The highest villages in Malaga that you should visit

the 5 highest mountainous villages in Malaga

 

Do you want to know which are the highest villages in Malaga? ✅ Do you want to discover the history behind them? ✅ We show you the Top 5 villages of Malaga that you must visit.

The villages of Malaga are famous for their white houses, their narrow streets and their gastronomy. Malaga offers a great variety of villages, both coastal and mountainous that are worth visiting. In this post, we want to focus on the second group and talk about the 5 highest mountainous villages in Malaga, ranked from the highest to the lowest in altitude.

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The 5 highest villages in Malaga

These are the 5 highest villages in Malaga that you can not miss:

The highest village in Malaga: Alfarnate

Alfarnate is the highest village in Malaga, at 886 meters above sea level. However, the village streets are not too steep, as it is situated on a large plain area surrounded by the mountains of “Sierra de Camarolos”, “Sierra del Jobo”, “Puerto de los Alazores”, “Sierra de Alhama” and “Sierra de Enmedio”.

Alfarnate is also one of the most beautiful Moorish towns in the province of Malaga. Its name comes from the Arabic word “Al-Farnat”, which means “flour mill”, thanks to the fact that in the 10th century, Alfarnate was a popular area for its flour production.

From Alfarnate’s gastronomy, we can highlight traditional dishes such as “migas”, “morrete” (scramble potatoes and mushrooms with sauce), “cachorreñas soup”, pot and porridge. On the other hand, the most popular sweet dishes in Alfarnate are: “rosco carrero”, “roscos de vino”, “palillos” and “mantecados”.

If you visit the highest village in Malaga we recommend you to stop at “Venta de Alfarnate” to enjoy some delicious “huevos a lo bestia” or “asado de cochinillo lechal”; have a coffee in Pub Morgan, the busiest drinks bar in the village and take advantage of the opportunity to buy one of the best olive oils in Malaga: “el Aceite de Oliva Virgen de Monsalud”.

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The neighbouring town of the highest village in Malaga: Alfarnatejo

Alfarnatejo is the second highest village in Malaga, located at 858 meters above sea level. It is known for being a neighbouring town of Alfarnate and it is surrounded by “El Chamizo”, “El Gallo” y “El Vilo”, so the views from this municipality are spectacular.

During the Muslim domination, the peak of “Alto Fraile” was used as an observation point to control the passage of enemies. There used to be a fortress, known as “Castillo de Sabar” and in its surroundings, a farmhouse was built. The history says that the farm could be the origin of Alfarnatejo.

Like Alfarnate, the typical dishes of this town are: “morrete”, “migas” and “cachorreñas soup”. In addition to the “choto al ajillo”, the “roscos de San Marcos” and the salad of mint and garlic.

We recommend visiting the ruins of the Arab castle and the church of “Santo Cristo de Cabrilla”, located in the highest area of the town, and end the visit with a “cachorreñas soup”.

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The highest city in the Province of Malaga: Ronda

Located at 740 meters above sea level, Ronda is one of the highest and most beautiful points in Malaga. After Antequera, Ronda is the most populated municipality in the inside lands of the province. It locates on a deep gorge by the Guadalevin River where the architecture and views are unique.

Ronda has many amazing places to see, we recommend you to visit “Plaza de Toros de Ronda”, “el Puente Nuevo”, “los Baños Arabes”, “el Palacio de Mondragón” and “el Mirador de Aldehuela”.

The gastronomy of Ronda is based on simple dishes such as tomato soups, and “potaje de garbanzos o lentejas”. In addition: “el chivo asado al estilo serrano”, “chorizo on alcohol sauce” and “beef with potatoes”.

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One of the 5 highest villages in Malaga: Comares

Comares is one of the prettiest white villages in Costa del Sol and it is also one of the highest villages in Malaga. The centre of the town is located in a slightly steep area at 703 meters above sea level, an area full of ravines and farmhouses.

Comares was founded by the Phoenician Greeks who arrived in Malaga in the 7th century B.C and a century later it became the fortress of the Muslims, hence its architecture, name and current location.

About its gastronomy, we recommend you to try “el plato de los montes”, “el gazpachuelo” and “sopa de puchero”. Another of its main attractions is “Sweet wine of Comares” and its “embutidos” from the area.

If you visit Comares, we recommend you to visit the old fortress, since the views since it is even possible to see the Mediterranean Sea and also visit the old cemetery right next to the fortress.

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The 5th highest village in Costa del Sol: Villanueva del Rosario

This town is located at the foot of the mountains of “Jobo” and “Camarolos”, and borders with the Malaga Mountains, and surrounded by olive groves. Located at 697 meters above sea level, Villanueva del Rosario becomes the fifth highest village in Malaga.

It is one of the best-known mountain villages to enjoy a quiet and relaxed day, and it also has numerous hiking and climbing routes. The largest route has about 15 kilometres and takes us from the cross of “Camarolos” to “Chamizo”, becoming one of the most difficult routes you can find.

The traditional cuisine of Villanueva del Rosario uses the products of the area, such as olive oil, potatoes and cereals, all of the highest quality. The most important dishes are: “las perdices con arroz” and “conejo al ajillo”.

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Three King’s Parades in Malaga

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Do you want to spend a magical afternoon with your family? Still do not know where to see the Three King’s Parad2019? 

As every January 5, their Majesties Melchor, Gaspar and Baltasar, come to Malaga to fill thousands of families with hope. Whether by land, sea or air, the three biblical kings do everything possible to fulfill the wishes of the local people.

Some enjoy the afternoon as a family with their children, others remember with excitement how they lived this day when they were younger, and the rest, focus on collecting as many candy as possible. For this last group, a cavalcade can become a battlefield.

If you want to spend a special afternoon on January 5, choose one of these 6 Three King’s Parade held in Malaga.

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The best Three King’s Parades in Malaga

Thousands of people, adults and children, gather on January 5 to see the Three King’s of the East in the streets of Malaga. If you have not yet decided the exact place to live this special event, choose one of these 6 locations we recommend to enjoy a magical afternoon.

Cabalgata de Malaga in the city centre

On Saturday January 5, 2019 at 6pm you have an appointment with the Three Kings of the East in Malaga city centre to enjoy of the most spectacular and fun ride of all.

Due to the construction works for the new line of the subway , the Three King’s Parade in Malaga 2019 will modify its route. On this occasion, it will be re-route to Calle Larios from the Plaza de la Marina.

The exact route is: Avenida de Cervantes – Plaza del General Torrijos – Paseo del Parque – Plaza de la Marina – Calle Larios – Calle Martínez – Atarazanas – Plaza de Arriola – Santa Isabel Hall – Carretería – Álamos – Plaza de la Merced.

At the end of the Malaga parade, the kings stop in Alcazabilla and Císter Street with torches to light up the way, as an offer to the lord Jesus Christ on the stairs of the Cathedral. Once there, there will be a music concert and a Choir of White Voices called “Ad Libitum”.

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Cabalgata de Reyes Magos in Marbella

On Saturday, January 5, from 6pm, the parade of the Three king’s of Marbella 2019 will take place.

A total of 27 floats, lots of music and colour to excite the entire family. In addition, the snow is also guaranteed, thanks to foam cannons that will be located in the of the Fire Extinguishing trucks provided by Marbella City Council.

The peculiarity of this parade is that the King’s make the journey in vintage cars. It starts at Avenida Severo Ochoa (from Quirón Hospital building), and continue along Avenida Ramón y Cajal to end at Avenida Ricardo Soriano.

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Cabalgata de Reyes Magos in Benalmadena

On January 5, 2019 at noon, the King’s will land in Benalmádena Marina to visit the main streets of Benalmádena during the afternoon, distributing tons of candy among hundreds of children.

The “Cabalga de Reyes Magos” of  Benalmádena, as every year, is divided into two areas:

– “Cabalgata Benalmadena”.
At 4:30pm the king’s parade will begin at Los Nadales Fairground and it will end at the town hall of Benalmádena.

– “Cabalgata Arroyo de la Miel”.
At 7pm, the Arroyo de la Miel parade will begin at Tivoli World Amusement Park and it will end at Plaza de la Mezquita.

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Cabalgata de Reyes Magos in Torremolinos

The Three king’s parade of Torremolinos will be held on January 5, 2019 from 5pm, with 5000 kilos of candy and almost 1 ton of confetti and serpentine rolls. It will end at 8pm at Torremolinos Town Hall.

An association of Torremolinos has proposed for the next parade to consist on a woman, a man and a transsexual as the Three king’s in favor of equality. Torremolinos has been, for many years, a cradle of freedom for the LGTB community but we do not know yet if this proposal will be approved for the next parade.

As every year, the tour will start in Plaza Blas Infante and it will cover the main streets of the city. Are you going to miss it?

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Cabalgata de Reyes Magos in Campanillas

The Three King’s land in Campanillas on January 5, 2019. From 17:30h the Parade of the Three King’s will depart from the Francisco de Quevedo school to Guadalquivirejo street, passing through the Chopos lane, Aljaima and Chaparral.

In addition, the day before, the Royal Mailman will be collecting the children’s letters at the Beltrán Lucena cultural center, an event organized by the El Carmen Association with the collaboration of the Municipal Council.

If you want to avoid the crowded Parade in city centre , visiting the Three King’s parade of Campanillas is a good option.

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Cabalgata de Reyes Magos in Antequera

On 2018, the Three King’s of Antequera came from the sky in a balloon. Next January 5, 2019, Melchor, Gaspar and Baltasar will visit Antequera to deliver small toys, candy and much happiness.

In these parade, besides candies, you can also receive small cakes, bread snacks and even local muffins from the floats. Did you expect it?

From 6pm you can enjoy the Reyes Magos Parade of Antequera, starting in Plaza de Toros and taking the following route through the town: Ronda Intermedia, Avenida Pío XII, Plaza Castilla, Alameda de Andalucía, Infante Don Fernando, Plaza San Sebastián , Encarnación, Calzada, Diego Ponce, Cantareros and returning to Alameda de Andalucía and Puerta de Estepa.

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And you? How do you usually enjoy the night before the arrival of the Three King’s? Do you have a favorite Parade in Malaga?

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