Split second on the driving test

A split second decision on the UK driving test could be all that it takes to fail. Not using the handbrake at the right time, failing to check a mirror, entering a junction at the wrong time. Here is a clip from a driving lesson illustrating this point.



Driving Test split second video.

2 comments:

  1. Nicholas9:57 pm

    I would have thought pulling out to pass the parked coach without being able to see 'through' to the other side is wrong - as it was a car was coming the other way which had to slow down quickly and I think swerve slightly too. I would have thought = A Fail, but I could be wrong...

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  2. Nicholas7:32 pm

    More thoughts:
    Car arriving at test centre parked on white parking line not between lines - FAIL.
    Blue van stopped in box junction at crossroads - FAIL.
    Car stopped at zebra crossing starts moving (I think) before person fully crossed the road - FAIL.

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