You’ll need to change your driving style depending on what kind of road you’re on and what the driving conditions are like. If you’re driving on residential roads there will be more hazards to watch out for. There will be cyclists to overtake, pedestrians crossing the road and parked cars obscuring your view to mention a few.
Out of town, country lanes may present fewer hazards but there’ll be more twists and turns, so expect the unexpected around every corner. Imagine a tractor or dog walker just around the bend, for example, and make sure you have enough time to brake or overtake safely. Again, adapt your driving style in bad weather. Anticipate and think defensively. Ensure you slow down in icy or wet conditions, leave plenty of room between you and the car in front, and be prepared for changes in traffic flow or drivers who may pose a hazard.