Top 10 Reasons People Fail The British Driving Test
As the driving test turns 80 years old, we look at the top 10 reasons that people fail their driving test. If you've passed your test, have you fallen into any of these bad habits? Here they are... in no particular order...
2. Moving off safely
3. Use of mirrors
5. Response to traffic lights
8. Turning right at junctions
9. Control when moving off
10. Response to road markings
Prepare to pass
It's normal to be nervous before your test, but if you're properly prepared and your instructor thinks you're ready, then there's really no reason to worry.
On average, people who pass the test have had 45 hours of driving lessons and 22 hours of private practice.
Your examiner's not trying to catch you out; they just want to make sure that you can drive safely.