When things come down to learning driving techniques rather quickly, the introverts lose out in terms of speed. The extrovert ones, who have better interpersonal skills, always win the race to learn the techniques. Why does this happen? What is the reason for which, the shy and the timid souls lose out in the race? There are multiple reasons behind it.

The ‘DRIVING" thing...

What essentially is driving? Technically speaking, it is steering a mechanical automobile in one’s way in order to move from place to another. Hence, drives essentially negotiate with a dumb machine in a safe and proper way for the purpose of transportation.

So naturally, when it comes to learning the techniques and technicalities of driving, there are so many things to learn. Now teaching those things to someone is not child’s play. It has to be a mutual process. While the trainer will teach the technicalities and procedures as per the curriculum, it is for the trainees to grasp things that they learn, and fathom them.

Then it is the responsibility of the trainee to ask questions regarding various aspects and get the best reply from the instructors. These replies later come in handy in real life situations that may have no relation with what driving schools teach during the training at the driving school in Silverwater. That helps a lot in the making of a good driver.

Now, in the case of shy and introvert souls, this procedure remains incomplete and unfinished. Due to the marked absence of mutual exchange of views during training and since these souls chiefly, depend upon the bookish approach, they are caught off guard when it comes to giving the final test or facing real-life situations. They are found seriously wanting in the realm of improvisation, which is extremely important in the making of a successful driver.

The Issue of Presumptions

Presumption plays an extremely important part of driving. In fact, it is very difficult to be a successful driver if one lacks the ability to presume things. Ability to presume things beforehand, or in other words, sensing trouble well in advance saves the day for every driver all over the world. However, for this ability, there is every chance that the driver will get into trouble during the assessment or even worse, while real-life driving.

Now when a person is not interactive and is shy and with a closed mind, the individual lacks the zeal to learn these extra few things or get extra tips that instructors of every driving school in Blacktown would have for their trainees. These tips will never be part of any curriculum. They would help to overcome real-life unforeseen hiccups in a huge way and that is what makes the difference between an average and a great driver!

This perhaps clears up why being more interactive helps more in the making of a good driver.

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Author's Bio: 

The author runs a driving school in Blacktown and Silverwater. The author is also a driving instructor and is a regular blogger who is followed by many.