Re: Associate cannot keep to the speed limit
Posted: Thu Feb 15, 2018 4:48 pm
Horse wrote:crr003 wrote: does it really matter?
I think so, on some courses it was one of the first things I asked.crr003 wrote:titian wrote:Horse nailed it,
Who knows what her motivation?
If you don't ask, you'll never know.
I'm being a tad provocative, and yes there's place for that warm fuzzy coaching malarky, but you don't really know what the motivation is; they can say "I've got a young child and I need to be a safer driver" when they really mean "I'm on nine points and my husband is going to leave me if I get 12 and a bloke down the pub said having an IAM badge will help with the beak".
What if the motivation is "to be safer/to save fuel and the planet/to avoid points.....", that doesn't translate into compliance. I've had people imply "I'll do the limits for the test, but after I'll drive normally".
What's their motivation? It doesn't prevent them controlling the vehicle.
I'd guess this lady isn't used to driving at 30 for any length of time. She needs to practice.