Zebra Crossings at Junctions Driving Test

As a provisional licence holder, would you know how to deal with a zebra crossing very close to a junction such as a roundabout or T-Junction?

From experience as a driving instructor, these situations are not very common, however if you happen to take the test in an area you are not familiar with due to earlier availability dates, you need to know what to do.

Remember pedestrians are road users, and as they are the most vulnerable, they have priority over cars following behind you.



Forward planning is essential so you notice these hazards, and are able to slow down and stop if neccesary. You do not want to fail the driving test for a simple mistake just because you were more concerned about a car that has been following you for a while even tailgating and thus not giving way at the zebra crossing.

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