Independent Driving - I cant read!

If you know someone who is worried about independent driving on the test because they can't read english or at all and fear they won't be able to pass the driving test due to their inability to read signs, then here is some information that might be of help.

1. You can have an interpreter accompany you on your test. Did you know that your driving instructor can act as your interpreter?

2. If you are not using an interpreter, you can ask the DSA examiner for directions when you spot the sign or approach a junction and are not sure where to go.

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4 comments:

  1. Hi,

    Your post is really informative.
    For those who have special needs.
    After reading this post surely they will get confidence in driving test.

    Good work.

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  2. Very good and useful information for independent driving. Thanks.

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  3. Thanks for the great post. I loved it. Keep up the good work.

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  4. Wow tips are really very good. Thanks for the information.

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