These are the most common reasons people fail their driving tests

The pass rate for driving tests in Britain is just 46%, according to the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency.

Saturday, 24th April 2021, 7:00 am
The pass rate for driving tests in Britain is just 46%

Here are the 10 most common reasons why candidates fail:

1. Not making effective observations at junctions.

2. Not using mirrors correctly when changing lanes or direction.

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3. Not showing control of the steering wheel.

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4. Incorrect observations or positioning when turning right at junctions.

5. Failing to move off safely.

6. Not responding appropriately to signs or traffic lights.

7. Poor positioning on the road during normal driving.

8. Failing to respond to road markings and traffic signs.

9. Not having control of the vehicle when moving off.

10. Not keeping control of the vehicle during reverse parking.

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