Try just doing it a little bit slower, it will allow you to stay closer to the curb with confidence rather than rushing it and panicking. The slower you do something, the more room you have (effectively) to work with, for example if there was a tight gap in front of you between the curb and a car waiting to turn to the right you wouldn't continue at 30mph, but you could probably proceed at 15/20mph. It works the same when doing manoeuvres
Did bay parking yesterday. I thought it was going to be really hard but I was not too bad.
Just had (hopefully) my last lesson... my practical test is tomorrow!
Im thinking of getting lessons with BSM (RRP £23.50 per hour). Can anyone vouch for them?
My mum and dad have finally bought a car which I can learn in/drive when I pass. We were needing a new car anyway so I'm sharing it with all my family but thats fine, I'm just happy that I'll be able to get some private practice! Its a 53 plate ford focus, hope it drives well.