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Posted 07 August 2007 - 23:20
Find an empty parking lot to practice parking in (office park on the weekend). If there is road construction near you, "borrow" a few orange cones to set up a parallel parking space.
I'm pretty good at normal driving my only problem-causers could be parallel parking and/or reverse stall parking.
Do you guys have any tips for going to your driving test?
Posted 07 August 2007 - 23:23
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Posted 10 August 2007 - 04:45
Couldn't agree more Also, another point is to take your time, sometimes an examiner will see how you react under pressure with little time, he/she may ask you to make a right/left hand turn almost suddenly when you're very close to a side street, if you feel that you have to been told too late or too close to the street you're meant to turn in to, just relax, take your time, slow down but keep going straight and ask where you should turn next since you missed the previous turn. If they ask why you didn't turn, say that you didn't feel that it was a safe time to turn as you didn't have enough time to slow down or warn the car behind you that you are turning.
My one suggestion is that whenever you look into your mirrors or over your shoulder to check traffic, exagerate the movement. Now, I just glance up to the rearview, but actually turn your head so they see you're looking.
Posted 17 August 2007 - 03:49
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