2 – Junctions
3 – Positioning
4 – Moving off
5 – Move off safely
6 – Steering Control
Poor steering control is one the reasons why pupils fail their driving test. You need to develop a uniform way of turning. Steering control is the big one here, steering to soon or too much is mainly what happens but some times people steer too late.
The main reasons to fail your driving test are:
Swerving, swinging to the right or left on your turns, swinging too far out into the street when pulling out of a parking spot, an apparent loss of control of the vehicle when doing certain manoeuvres, sloppy steering and poor hand position on the steering wheel.
7 – Respond to signals
8 – Reverse Park
9 – Respond to signals at traffic lights
10 – Junctions, Turning right
11 – Progress
Making progress is another major issue on the driving test, it is where you take too long to pick up speed when joining a new road, try and keep up with the flow of traffic.
The blue car joined a new road and it’s taking too long to pick up speed
12 – Speed
The blue car above is too slow. It’s going about 19 mph on a 30 mph road
- Here is the DVSA link to the Failure Rates for the Driving Test
- Have you failed your driving test? Find out what to do next.
Click this link to find out what to do next: Driving Test Fail? What Should I do next?
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