Make sure you’re hydrated! Drink plenty of water to make sure that you don’t feel weak or lightheaded while driving. If you experience any dehydration symptoms when driving, you should let your instructor know immediately.
For many of us, with summer comes hayfever. Not only can hayfever be a massive pain, but some of the medications for it can also make you drowsy and unsafe to drive. Please check that your medication is safe to take while driving before taking it. If you are unsure, you can check with your doctor or your Mum.
This one may seem obvious, but a quick shower (especially when it's super hot) or an extra spray of deodorant makes for a more pleasant lesson for everyone!