How to Ace Your Driver’s Test
University is all about learning new things. Sometimes this applies to lessons outside the classroom. As 39% of motorists pass their test by the age of 21, it’s likely you’ll be both studying while at university AND preparing for your driving test.
Since only 59% of men and 46% of women pass their driving test the first time, it’s definitely worth practising and being prepared. There have been a number of recent changes to the practical driving test, so some test prep books may now be outdated.
The updated test aims to decrease road accidents and deaths by ensuring every new driver has the skills they need for a safe experience. One of the most significant changes involves using sat navs so, in the new test, 81% of examinees will need to follow sat nav directions to pass.
Waterman’s handy guide is aimed at helping student drivers pass their practical test with its tips and tricks, helpful hints, and things to avoid. With any luck and a bit of practice, you’ll be able to celebrate your new driving status by saying goodbye to the L-plates for good!
This article has been originally written by Agata Myszkowska from Watermans.