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PRACTICAL DRIVING TEST MILTON KEYNES 

Are you ready for your practical driving test Milton Keynes?

Let us run through what will happen. During your driver training, you will have the chance to prepare thoroughly for the driving test in Milton Keynes, and maybe try a few ‘mock driving tests.’ These will prepare you for what it will be like on the day of your driving test, but everyone still gets the ‘butterflies’ walking through the test centre doors!

Before you can take the practical test, you must have passed the Theory Test.

The Driving Test Formalities.

  • Examiner will check your licence.
  • Ask you to sign the declaration on the test report sheet.

The examiner will ask you to lead the way to your vehicle.

You will be invited to read a vehicle number plate from 20.5 metres away. If you cannot read the number plate, the test will be cancelled immediately, and deemed not fit to carry out the test.

You will need to answer two vehicle safety questions. These are also known as the ‘show me, tell me’ questions.

The examiner will ask you one ‘show me’ question, where you’ll have to show them how you would carry out a vehicle safety check. You’ll also be asked one ‘tell me’ question, where you would have to explain to the examiner what you would do.

For example, the examiner might ask you to identify where the windscreen washer reservoir is and tell them how you would check the windscreen washer level.

If you give the wrong answer to one or both questions, you will be given one minor driving fault on the test sheet. Also, YOU can not fail your driving test for getting a question wrong.

Your Test Of Driving Ability.

The driving part of your test will last about 40 minutes. Throughout the test, your examiner will be looking for an overall safe standard of driving. During your test, the examiner will give you directions which you should follow. You will drive in various road and traffic conditions. You should drive the way you normally do on lessons – there’s no need to drive any differently for the examiner!

Examiners will ask if you would like your instructor to there with you on the test – this is your choice – have a word with your instructor about this before you arrive at the test centre.

The examiner may ask you to do an emergency stop. The practical driving test Milton Keynes includes a reverse exercise.

The examiner will choose one reverse from:

  •     Reversing around a corner
  •     Turn in the road (three point turn)
  •     Reverse parking – either into a parking bay, or parallel parking at the side of the road

Independent driving

Your driving test will include a section of independent driving. Designed to assess ability in decision making during a ten-minute drive. That will either be following a series of road signs or directions with the aid of a basic diagram.

If you make a mistake, don’t worry about it as it might be a less serious driving fault and might not affect your result. However, if the examiner thinks your driving to be a danger to other road users, they could stop your test.

The Driving Test Result.

When your practical driving test Milton Keynes has ended, you can call your instructor over if they didn’t go with you on your test. That is so they can listen to the result and feedback with you.

The examiner will tell you whether you passed or not and give you useful feedback as to how you did on the test – even if you pass.

Three types of marking faults:

  • A dangerous error This involves actual danger to you, the examiner, the public or property
  • A serious error This could potentially be dangerous
  • A driving fault (Minor Fault) these faults are not dangerous or serious

You can make as many as 15 driving faults but still pass the test. Amount 16 or more driving faults. As a result, you won’t pass your test. If you make one serious or dangerous fault. Therefore you won’t pass your test.

If you pass your test, the examiner will give you a pass certificate. It will take around 21 working days for a new full licence to arrive. Once you have passed your test you can start driving straight away – you don’t need to wait for your full licence to come before driving.

A most noteworthy thing is to remember to contact your insurance provider if you are already insured on a car so you can change your status to a qualified driver, and premiums may increase due to this.

We hope this will help you in your upcoming practical driving test Milton Keynes.