If you have bad habits which might cause you to fail the driving test, did you know that it is your driving instructor's fault (or whoever is teaching you to drive if you don't have one)?
Habits don't form overnight, so it is the job of your instructor the first time you fail to check your right blind spot before moving off, take in-effective observations at junctions to correct you, and help you overcome the weakness and not develop into a bad habit, as the day before your dsa practical driving test is too late!
Every individual is different, so the time it takes to form a habit (good or bad) will vary, but one thing is sure, if you repeatedly do the same thing over and over again, you will not have to think hard about it after a while, as it becomes a habit, and this is the key to passing the UK driving test. If you spend enough time during your driving lessons practising the skills the DSA examiner expects, then you are more likely to be relaxed and able to do what is required at the correct standard. The problem is sometimes people cut corners and don't have enough practice or the experience, and because your driving habits have not fully formed, the driving test turns out to be harder than it needs to be.
If you take driving lessons with me in North West London, I will do my very best to help you get rid of any bad habits you have, getting you to the required DSA standard very quickly, but you must be prepared to put in the effort, as habits die hard. Why not call or send me a text message on 07956233032, and lets work together to achieve that driving test pass on your next attempt. I have helped many in the past, and you could be next. Lessons are £23 per hour, not cheap, but well worth the value you will get.
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