Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Reporting for driving practical test

On the day of your driving practical test, the examiner will be looking only to see that are you able drive safely when you are taken to the road demonstrating that you have.

  • Responsibility towards other road users
  • Confidence in driving the car on you own
  • Awareness and anticipation of hazards and dangers
  • Consideration and attitude, especially the vulnerable road users
  • Add to this the driving test set of manoeuvre.
If you forget to bring licence and photo you will lose your fee and will be not allowed to give your test. Arrive at the Test Centre in good time. If you arrive late, you may not be allowed for the test.
DSA (Driving Standards Agency) may reject to take your test if you forget to bring following documents: or riding involve:
  • You are required to bring both your multiple choice and hazard perception pass letters or your overall theory test pass certificate letter, an appropriate theory test pass certificate (or confirmation) if you are not exempt; for lorry or bus theory tests.
  • Correctly insured and licensed vehicle, displaying L plates (except for taxi and Approved Driving Instructor (ADI) part two tests), which is appropriate from test point of view.
  • You will be not allowed to give test and you will lose your fee if you forget or don't carry photo card and licence.
  • If you have an old-style paper licence, you must take your signed driver licence and a valid passport - no other form of photographic identification will be accepted if you don't take both parts of your licence.
  • You must produce your compulsory basic training certificate (CBT) for both modules of the motorcycle test.
  • You must present your motorcycle module one test pass certificate for module two of the motorcycle test
  • Before applying for the test in case if you misplace your driving licence, you must apply for a replacement from the Driver and Vehicle
Independent driving element in driving test will come in effect from Oct 2010. Independent driving is tasking the candidate to drive for approximately 10 mins either following a series of directions, following traffic signs, or a combination of both.

Independent driving is when the learner get out on the road He/She will be driving alone and they need to know how to drive safely. Simultaneously it is very important for a learner to look at the signs at the time of driving because that's in normal life what the learners are going to do. It actually puts theory and practical test together. It makes you think about the signs, makes you think independently and makes you feel much more confident. Licensing Agency (DVLA), as it may take up to 15 days. Your test may have to rearrange if this situation takes place.

You can take someone along with you on your driving test. Generally it will be the person from whom you have learn driving, relative or a friend but they should be over 16 years old then only they can take part. The person is only allowed to see how you perform during your driving test.

The main aim behind is to feel yourself confident and comfortable while driving. If you wish to take someone with you, it is suggested that you should ask your driving instructor to accompany you, because after completion of your test they can advice you on how to improve your driving; whether you pass or fail.On the day of your driving practical test, the examiner will be looking only to see that are you able drive safely when you are taken to the road demonstrating that you have.

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