Top 5 Reasons Why People Fail
1. Unsafe Lane Change
Whether it is not enough practice or poor observation, an unsafe lane change is at the top of the list of reasons people fail their Driving Test. Make sure the lane you're entering is clear and have your turn signal on well before performing a lane change.
2. Fails to yield Right of Way
Before operating a vehicle, you must understand the rules of the road. Many applicants are unaware of the meaning and understanding of the term "Right of way". Failing to yield the Right of way happens most often when driving through intersections and performing turns.
3. Too many attempts Parallel Parking
In order to pass your Driving Test you must be able to Parallel Park. You will have a maximum of three attempts before an automatic failure. If you aren't successful on your first attempt, relax and try again, there's no need to rush. Many people over complicate Parallel Parking. Online Drivers courses help simplify Parallel Parking and make it just another part of the road test.
4. Fails to obey stop sign
The most common way drivers fail to obey a stop sign is by performing a rolling stop. The vehicle must come to a complete stop at all stop signs and red lights. If you do not bring the vehicle to a complete stop you will be disqualified. This is a common error among young drivers and adults who have developed bad habits.
5. Impedes Flow of traffic
The rules of the road are designed to maintain a steady flow of traffic. If you impede this flow of traffic you will be disqualified. Driving 40km/h in a 60km/h zone where traffic conditions are clear is unacceptable. Avoid this by maintaining the speed limit or traffic speed and always observing the flow of traffic. This includes being aware of drivers behind you as well.
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