Driving test part 1 low risk drive

Written by George Slewo

A Guide To The Driving Test Part 1 - Taking the Test and Low Risk Driving Skills Observation and Speed Management

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Taking the Test
When going to the testing centre, you have a full licence driver with you. If you fail the test, you will not be able to drive away on your own, hence you will need a licensed driver with you.

Always plan to arrive at the testing centre a good time before your appointment and make sure you have your Learner Driver Log Book and Licence with you. Make sure to give the Learner Driver Log Book and booking confirmation slip to the person at the counter, unless you use a digital learner driver log book app. This must be submitted at least 24 hours before you test and then you’ll only need to give the booking confirmation slip to the person at the counter. You will now be referred to a testing officer.


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Driving test low risk drive

Written by George Slewo

A Guide To The Driving Test Part 2 - Low Risk Driving Skills Road Positioning, Decision Making and Responding to Hazards

Advance and Vision Driving School

Low Risk Driving - Road Positioning
During the test you will be expected to maintain a safe, legal position on the road. This includes during manoeuvres such as a three-point turn and reverse parking.

Buffering is keeping as much space to the sides of your vehicle as practical in any situation. You should have at least one metre from other vehicles and hazards. Where you are not able to keep space from other vehicles and hazards you must slow down.


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