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Re: Driving books
Jeff Mruss wrote:
> All this talk about heel and toeing has got me thinking that I should spend some time trying to improve my driving skills. I know the best way to learn is to take a course, but I'd like to start by reading about it so I have some background first. Does anyone have recommendations for books on the subject?
many moons ago when I went through school I was given a book called "The Drivers Handbook" it was pretty darn good. No idea if its still in print or not, but if interested I can find ISBN or something. Its one of the better books Ive read on it.
Although my memory may be jaded since it was also one of my firsts... :o)