There are more than 45 million drivers on the roads in the UK, and counting - but to be part of the club you have to first get your driving licence. It's a special moment for any learner driver when the instructor turns to them and utters those momentous words: "I think you're ready for the test." By then, you'll most likely have driven hundreds of miles and have hours of experience behind the wheel under your belt, but if the prospect of taking the driving test doesn't inspire a certain amount of anxiety or trepidation you're blessed with nerves of steel. In this book, find out: * the real truth about quotas * why hitting the kerb may not be the end * why spending hours learning one of the hardest techniques is a waste of time! * why some mirror check techniques can cause you to fail * when is 'too slow', too slow? * how to make roundabout decisions easy * why you should never give up * what is the best time to take your test? * manoeuvres, and how to make them easy! * how to ensure success on the Independent Drive * I've gone the wrong way! it's all over, isn't it? plus many more little known revelations.
There are more than 45 million drivers on the roads in the UK, and counting - but to be part of the club you have to first get your driving licence. It's a special moment for any learner driver when the instructor turns to them and utters those momentous words:
A handbook for learner drivers, written by a former driving examiner. It covers everything from the moment you get into the test centre to how examiners reach their pass or fail decision, and explodes common myths such as nobody passes on a Friday afternoon.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2004-10-29 - Publisher: The Stationery Office
This publication sets out the standards that are required to pass the practical driving test. Divided into four sections; getting started; key skills; the test and beyond; other tests. It explains the key skills that are needed and form the basis of the driving test, and an explanation of the