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Reverse to the left

Reverse to the left Out of all of the Maneouvers the reverse to the left is seen by many as the most tricky to master on the driving test.   On all Maneouvers including the reverse to the left there are two marking areas. Control and observations. You can only be marked once in each area. For example you could get a minor for control because you stalled but a serious for observations because you didn't look over your left shoulder when reversing. Another example could be 2 minors. One for not doing an all round observation before moving backwards and another one for applying ...

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Bay Park

Bay Parking Explained On your driving test you will be asked to perform one of a possible 4 manoeuvres. This article should give you an insight, on what is expected  from yourself on the driving test when performing the Bay Park manoeuvre. It sounds simple, but your examiner is only looking out for two things for the reverse bay park, these are two markable areas on his/her marking sheet. 1. Accuracy 2. Observation You can only be marked down a maximum of two times for the manoeuvre. Accuracy means controlling the car smoothly, so the car shouldn't judder, stall or go over the white parking bay markings. ...

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Extended Driving Tests

Extended Driving Tests If you have lost your driving licence due to excessive speeding, driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs or any other driving offences, you may have to sit an extended driving test to regain your licence. You are making the right decision to legally earn your driving licence again, now do it the fast way and choose an intensive driving course. An intensive driving course can have you back on the road in no time as we select a course that is suitable for you, fitting your driving lessons into one week. As a banned driver, your status may now ...

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