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25 Jan 2019
  • Last Updated Friday, 25 January 2019 at 09:04:57 PM

Not everyone passes their driving test on the first try. While it’s totally okay and also quite common, it is important to take a step back and acknowledge the reason why you failed. Many factors can contribute to your failed test including high stress and anxiety, being ill prepared or not having practiced enough behind the wheel. Whatever the reason may be, knowing the cause of failure and learning from it is the first step in improving the situation and ensuring you will not make the same mistake again.

If you failed the written test, take your drivers handbook, which you should have used to study, and go through it again. If you didn’t do this originally, it may be time to admit to yourself that you don’t know as much regarding the rules of the road as you initially thought. If you did study using a drivers book, maybe there were some aspects that you missed or did not fully understand. Re-reading it and going through the different chapters with a fresh mindset will help you retain more information. You will have a better understanding of the content which will no doubt help you during the test the second time.

If you failed the road test, do not be discouraged. It does not mean you are a bad driver and remember that many people fail the first time. Sitting in a car with an instructor you do not know who is making notes and monitoring your driving abilities can be quite overwhelming. In many cases, the situation becomes very stressful for the driver and causes them to forget certain rules and fail. If this sounds familiar, you have to remind yourself that you are in charge of the wheel and you know what you are doing. If you learned from a reputable source, you should have the skills to fuel confidence within you during the test. No matter what is asked of you, whether it’s to parallel park or park your car into a spot in reverse, if you took the time to practice before going into the test, remind yourself that you know what you are doing!

In some cases, depending on the location of your test, when you fail the road test you will be provided with a results sheet so that you can see the area which you failed. This will tell you exactly which part you need additional practice with and what needs to be improved before heading into another test.

If you failed your driver’s test, DriverZed will ensure that you don’t make the same mistake twice. They are a reputable driving school located in London who can help you prepare by providing you with professional driving lessons as well as the knowledge and skills to make sure you pass the test the second time around. If you didn’t feel confident taking the test the first time, DriverZed will help eliminate your fears and make sure you walk out with a pass!


Wednesday, 22 February 2017 at 04:09:10 AM
Thanks for sharing the tips for winter driving. This post will be helpful to fresher and also experienced persons.
Keep on sharing!