Failed your driving test and want to get that driving test passed as soon as possible.
So your last driving test didn’t go as well as you hoped. don’t feel too bad about it the UK driving test pass rate is only 43% so the odds were against you anyway. Sometimes you just had a bad day, perhaps it was driving test nerves that got to you? Or maybe it was your old driving instructor who didn’t prepare you for the test? Perhaps it’s time to change to an instructor as motivated as you are? Book a driving test rescue session with me and let’s see if we can get you better prepared and happier to retake your driving test and Pass!
Common driving test faults
- Observations at junctions.
- Use of mirrors.
- Turning right.
- Moving off.
- Moving away safely.
- Response to traffic lights or signs.
- Not keeping in the left lane when necessary.
- Using the wrong lane at a roundabout.
Mark Winn, Chief Driving Examiner from the DVSA said…
“It’s vital that learners can drive safely and have the skills to drive on all types of roads before taking their test. The driving test helps get drivers ready for a lifetime of safe driving and makes our roads safer for all”
“Failing to look properly at junctions is the most common serious or dangerous test fault and the largest cause of accidents in Britain. Good observation, including proper use of mirrors, is a crucial skill that drivers”
It’s normal to be nervous before your practical driving test. When you’re properly prepared and your driving instructor thinks you’re ready, you do not need to worry. Remember the driving examiner is not trying to catch you out, they really aren’t and there’s no such thing as they need to fail so many a day, they just want to make sure that you can drive safely. Hopefully, a driving test rescue with Horgis will get you what you want next time.
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