Just a couple of comments. First of all, the advice to learn your car first is excellent advice. Secondly, the hardest thing to learn is to consistantly look well ahead. Example: Three off-set gates, A, B, and C. If you are in A, there is nothing you can do about it. Effectively, a few feet before gate A it stopped being a consideration. Depending on distance, you can adjust a little in the way you enter B. But it is to an extent determined by where you are in A. The gate you should be concentrating on is C. Many people (and not just novices) get their mind too close to the nose of their car and behind where the real effects are taking place. Just something to consider.
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