At the first street, turn left please
At the end of this road turn right please
At the third set of traffic lights along this road please turn right.
At the roundabout follow the road through and take the second exit, following the signs to …
Show the mirrors that you will be using when driving and explain how you would adjust them.
Show how to demist the front window.
Show how to use windscreen wipers.
reverse into a space behind a parked vehicle using a maximum of two reverse movements and one forward movement. Must finish within a maximum of 45cm from the kerb and 1m to 2m from the vehicle in front. When driving off from this position use a maximum of one change of direction that is on reverse movement if required.
should not touch kerbs during this manoeuvre.
Turn vehicle around in one forward movement. usually at a T intersection. Make sure you signal and stay as close as practicable to the centre of the road when starting U Turn.
Move off smoothly from a stationary position and travel up a moderate incline without rolling back.
Reverse the vehicle along a straight or slightly curved stretch of road for a distance of between 25m to 30m, staying within approx. 50cm of the kerb.
up and down.
Non Critical Driving Errors – An error that does not by itself compromise safety to road users or the safe operation of the vehicle.
Specific Repeated Driving Error – when six non critical drivers errors for certain performance checks are accrued. For example if an applicant accumulates six signalling errors, this constitutes one SRDE. The overall test result is considered unsuccessful.
Critical Driving Error – An error that compromises the safety of any road user or indicates an inappropriate level of skill or ability.
The applicant needs to accrue only one critical driving error to result in test termination, whereas nine non critical driving errors must be accumulated over the course of the test for an unsuccessful result.
Check your taco to see if the car is running.
You will be given the following document just prior to your assessment
Q-Safe is designed to evaluate your ability to drive safely and correctly in different driving situations which may include a variety of speed zones.
I will be asking you to undertake a series of driving tasks throughout the assessment. You will be given clear directions in ample time.
If I don't give you any specific directions, please just follow the road and be directed by road signs, signals and road markings.
If the vehicle is fitted with driver assist devices (for example GPS, speed alarms, park assist or easy start) please turn these devices off for the duration of the test.
If no request to record has been made or consent was not given:
If consent to record has been given:
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What is the test day procedure?
Licences from certain countries are recognised licences and therefore you may not need to pass a driving test. In some other cases, you may be issued a full licence or a Green P rather than a Red P after passing the driving test depending on how long you have been holding your overseas licence for.