Reported by the Driving Standards Agency for the 12 months to January 2004 Top reasons for failing the practical driving test:

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Observation at junctions - ineffective observation and judgement
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. Reverse parking - ineffective observation and/or a lack of accuracy
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Use of mirrors - not checking or not acting on information
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Reversing round a corner - ineffective observation or lack of accuracy
Incorrect use of signals - not cancelling or giving misleading signals.
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. Moving away safely - ineffective observations
7
. Incorrect positioning on the road - particularly at roundabouts or on bends
8.
Lack of steering control - steering too early or too late
9.
Incorrect position to turn right - at junctions and/or in one-way streets
10
. Inappropriate speed - travelling too slowly or with too much hesitation


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