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    Hi, I am doing my driving test in Sidcup and was wondering how they do the bay parking in Sidcup - it seems difficult but not too sure. As there seems to be hardly any space at the centre. Please explain in as much detail possible.

    Thanks in advance.
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    My instructor told me u r lucky if they ask you to do park in the bay in the test centre but it doesn't happen that often. He thinks it's the easiest task- personally I don't think so. )))) They would ask you to park in any free bay, usually there are 3 empty bays on the left side and 3 on the right (in front of the entrance of the centre) if you car face the wall. My instructor told me to take one which is closest to my side-3 on the left. Usually these spaces are empty- they r busy before test slots. But I've heard they can ask you to do bay parking at the end of the test as well. I took test twice there and has not been asked to do park bay and have not seen anyone doing it. Also I have been told me that bays are perfectly aligned with ones which are in front of you. So when u r not sure if you are in the bay- check bay in front you-straighten your position according this bay and reverse back.
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    (Original post by pplusp)
    My instructor told me u r lucky if they ask you to do park in the bay in the test centre but it doesn't happen that often. He thinks it's the easiest task- personally I don't think so. )))) They would ask you to park in any free bay, usually there are 3 empty bays on the left side and 3 on the right (in front of the entrance of the centre) if you car face the wall. My instructor told me to take one which is closest to my side-3 on the left. Usually these spaces are empty- they r busy before test slots. But I've heard they can ask you to do bay parking at the end of the test as well. I took test twice there and has not been asked to do park bay and have not seen anyone doing it. Also I have been told me that bays are perfectly aligned with ones which are in front of you. So when u r not sure if you are in the bay- check bay in front you-straighten your position according this bay and reverse back.

    Thank you so much!
 
 
 
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