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Juggy123
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Hey Guys Just did my driving test few weeks back and failed because of leaving the indicator on for about 2 mins after a round about lol i dont know what to do so ill list the options
a) Do it again
b) try an automatic
c) go to a different test centre( the 1 i did it at was really hard, but a new test centre id need to learn bay parking)
d) leave it for a while
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Shocking, I know, but automatic cars also have indicators.
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lol yep but id be more concentrated on the driving and indicators rather than the godamn gear stick!
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A!! But do better!!
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Do it again, just remember to flick the indicator off at a roundabout!

Good luck!

(p.s. what test centre doesn't do bay parking? :s:)
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I failed twice, then passed. Just book another one leaving a space for 4 more lessons between now and the next test.
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Just keep on practicing, if thats all you failed on then its not so bad?
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wednesbury in birmingham its well pooh lol roads are tiny, and alot of angry pikeys around
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If you are 'worrying about the gear-stick' so to speak, then you need more practice driving.
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i dont think my driving test does bay parking either as i have my test in a couple of weeks and my instructor hasnt taught/said anything about.

But then again she hasnt taught me emergency stop either and i know we need to know that as my cousin just failed on it
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hmm i just find it alot to do
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Not everyone passes first time, I passed on the 3rd. Just try it again, some of its to do with luck too.
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emergency stop is easy,
1) Press Brake firmly and quick
2) press clutch just a few milisecs after
3)turn on hazard lights if needed
4) look in both mirrors
5) blind spot
6) GO GO!
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Just give up tbh :dontknow:
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The best people pass second time

If you don't get back in the car and do it again, it'll start a whole vicious circle and you'll think you're getting worse.

Do another test!!
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(Original post by Juggy123)
hmm i just find it alot to do
keep practicing soon it will be second nature
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You will need to learn bay parking to drive in LIFE anyway, unless you want to smack up some cars first time you drive to tesco.

Failing a driving test is never easy, but you just gotta suck it up, and wait for the next one.
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Try again, you are not the only person who has failed their driving test the first time!
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(Original post by Juggy123)
Hey Guys Just did my driving test few weeks back and failed because of leaving the indicator on for about 2 mins after a round about lol i dont know what to do so ill list the options
a) Do it again
b) try an automatic
c) go to a different test centre( the 1 i did it at was really hard, but a new test centre id need to learn bay parking)
d) leave it for a while

Don't the indicators on the cars in your country turn off automatically after the turn?? :confused:
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no they dont!! lol well not always!
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