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The turn in the road, or what used to be known as the 3 point turn, is a key driving skill. Expert instructor Gary Lamb shows us one way of doing it successfully.

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How To Turn In The Road

To book your practical test online, go to www.direct.gov.uk/drivingtest. Combine your professional lessons with private practice driving. People who pass their driving tests have done about 45 driving lessons and 20 hours of private driving practice. On the day of the test, please remember to take-
-Your photo driving license
-Your theory test pass certificate
-Your booking number
-Your valid passport
You can have an accompanying driving instructor when you take your test. Tests generally last for 38 to 40 minutes. It will include - -An eyesight check
-Safety questions
-Road test in various traffic conditions, driving independently for about 10 minutes You will also be asked to do one of the following reversing maneuvers -Turn in the road
-Parallel parking on the roadside or in a parking bed
-Reversing around a corner
You will also be asked to do a controlled stop and possibly an emergency stop.

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Official DSA car practical test - Are you ready?

Make that perfect hill start with VideoJug's helpful guide. Starting your car on a slope or hill is a key driving skill. Driving instructor of over twenty years, Gary Lamb, is going to show us a great way of completing this maneuvre.

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How To Make The Perfect Hill Start

Learn how to turn a steering wheel at junctions. Do not make quick movements or cross your hands when you are turning. It takes about 3/4 of a steering wheel to turn into a junction. When approaching a junction, put your hands up towards the 12 o'clock position, use your right hand to turn the wheel right, and let it slide through your left hand, sliding it down to 6 o'clock. Then pull with your left hand up to the 12 o'clock position, letting it slide through your right hand. All you need to do is just pull down with the hand in the direction you want to turn.

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How to Turn Your Steering Wheel Correctly

The Driving Standards Agency's mission is safe driving for life. Watch this video to see for yourself just how important safe driving for life is. Slow down in the rain. Wear your seat belt. Do not use a cell phone when on the road.

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My Daddy - DSA Driving PSA

Parallel parking is one of the trickiest driving manoeuvres, luckily for you, driving instructor Gary Lamb is here is show you how it's done.

01
How To Park A Car

Again, review what you need to take your practical test. VideoJug provides you with a quick guide to what happens on a practical driving test. Using the expertise of BSM, this video will show you how to pass your practical test with flying colours.

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What Happens During The Practical Test

Whether you are looking to pass the Show Me Tell Me part of your practical driving test, or just want to brush up on your car maintenance films, this is the film for you.

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How To Check Car Basics Inside The Car

Starting and stopping is one of the first skills you will acquire as a new driver. Driving instructor, Gary Lamb, demonstrates the correct way to do this.

01
How To Start And Stop Smoothly

A junction is a point where two or more roads meet, and for a motorist it's the most common hazard, and the place where most accidents occur. Driving instructor Gary Lamb, shows us the basics of using junctions.

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How To Use Junctions Correctly

Be prepared for your theory test. On the day of the test, remember to take both parts of your photo card license with you. Put your coat, bag, and phone into the provided locker. At the time of the test, you will be called in to sign related documents. The first part of the test is multiple choice. The questions are based on The Official Highway Guide, Know Your Traffic Signs, The Official DSA Guide to Driving or The Official DSA Guide to Riding. Questions are not the same as ones you have studied, but they will be on the same subjects. You may do a 15 minute practice session before you begin, where answers do not count towards the final score. The actual test consists of 50 questions, and you must get at least 43 correct to pass. Select correct answers by clicking the mouse button. Some questions have more than one correct answer, so read the prompt carefully. Some questions are case studies, or readings, that five questions are based upon. You may use the previous and next buttons to cycle through the questions. You can also flag questions you are unsure of, and you can go back and complete them later. You are allowed to change answers before you submit your test. After finishing the test, you may have a three minute break, or begin the hazard percetion test. Before the hazard perception test, you can watch a three minute video about how the test works. There are 14 film clips. Each clip has one developing hazards, and one clip has two developing hazards. A developing hazard is one that causes a driver to take an action such as changing speed or direction. You will be scored up to 5 points for each hazard you identify. You will not lose points for responding to other hazards. In this part, you must get at least 44 points out of a possible 75. Respond to hazards by clicking the mouse button as soon as you see a hazard developing. A red flag will appear at the bottom of the screen to show you have identified a hazard. If you keep clicking or click in a pattern, a

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How to Pass the Theory Test - Official DSA Guide

How to avoid road rage - Here is VideoJug's guide to avoiding angry drivers, advising you on the best way to avoid road rage and deal with aggressive driving safely and sensibly.

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How To Avoid Road Rage

Before taking a long journey, check tire pressure. Check the pressure when the air in the tires are cold. Check the proper pressure amount in the owner's manual. You also should check the tread depth. Treads are important to channel water away from the contact surface of the road. The minimum tread depth is 1.6 millimeters in the center three-quarters of the tire. Look for any cuts, bulges, or blemishes on the tire that may cause the tire to blow under high speeds.

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DSA Show Me, Tell Me - Outside the Car - Driving Test Questions

Under the bonnet, check the engine coolant levels. Without proper engine coolant levels, your engine will overheat and seize up on the driver. Check the oil level and brake fluid. Without the proper amount of brake fluid, the brakes could seize up and cause an accident. Check the oil level by pulling out the dipstick, wipe it clean, stick it back in, and make sure the oil level is in between the two markings.

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DSA Show Me, Tell Me - Under the Bonnet - Driving Test Questions

Pass Your Driving Test — a DVD from Gerry Brennan School of Motoring that can help you to pass your driving test in the United Kingdom, first time. Learn and review common road signs in the three greatest countries on Earth - United Kingdom, Britain, and England!

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Pass Your Driving Test - Traffic signs

Learn what to check before you go on your driving test. Check your lights, horn, indicators, and wipers. To check your indicators, you may use the hazard lights and indicators stalk. The head rest or head restraint is to prevent neck injury in the event of a collision. The main padded area should be adjusted with the top of your years.

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DSA Show Me, Tell Me - Driving Test Questions

Again, review what you need to take the driving theory test. Your first challenge as a prospective new driver is to pass the theory test. To help you on your way here's a step by step guide of what to expect, making sure you pass the driving theory test first time.

01
What Happens During The Theory Test

The Driving Standards Agency's mission is safe driving for life. Watch this video from our award-winning Arrive Alive scheme to see for yourself just how important safe driving for life is. Buckle up. Do not speed. Do not drink drive. Listen to other drivers if they tell you to slow down. Do not text while driving. Do not let other passengers distract you. Don't be an arrogant driver. Do not look away from the road.

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Out of Time - DSA Driving PSA

During your practical driving test you will be asked about car maintenance as part of the Show Me, Tell Me section. If you are luckily enough to have already passed, have a quick look to brush up on your knowledge. Learn the basic car maintenance under the bonnet with this clear visual demonstration.

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How To Check Car Basics Under The Bonnet

The Driving Standards Agency encourages drivers to have an instructor along on your driving test. You can also choose someone of your choice to come along, including a parent or a friend who taught you how to drive. The observe can help you notice what mistakes you make during the test.

01
Take Your Instructor on Your Driving Test

Highway Code -UK Road signs pt2. Signs you need to know for the Highway Code test. REAL road signs as seen from a car. This demo is made for mobile phone screens so please click on the 'view smaller button' on the YouTube player to make the picture sharper.

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Highway Code -UK Road Signs 2

Learn how to spot developing hazards on the hazard perception test. Look for parked cars, cars pulling out, oncoming cars turning, pedestrians, pedestrians on cell phones, changing lights.

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The Official DSA Guide to Hazard Perception

Road signs you need to know for the driving test. Real road signs as seen from a car. This demo is made for mobile phone screens so please click on the 'view smaller button' on the YouTube player to make the picture sharper.

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Highway Code -UK Road Signs 1

After passing the driving test, the biggest problem for new drivers is coping by themselves on the road without an instructor. The road test includes the instructor giving verbal instructions on directions, then drivers are expected to follow without further details. The examiners may show drivers a diagram before they set out. This 10 minute portion of the test is designed to make drivers think independently and deal with distractions like other passengers, music playing in the vehicle, and changing road conditions.

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Independent Driving in the Driving Test

This tutorial is a useful time-saver that will enable you to get good at learning to drive. Watch our short video on A Guide To Reverse Around A Corner from one of Videojug's industry leaders.

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A Guide To Reverse Around A Corner

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DSA Show Me, Tell Me - Driving Test Questions

Learn what to check before you go on your driving test. Check your lights, horn, indicators, and wipers. To check your indicators, you may use the hazard lights and indicators stalk. The head rest or head restraint is to prevent neck injury in the event of a collision. The main padded area should be adjusted with the top of your years.



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DSA Show Me, Tell Me - Outside the Car - Driving Test Questions

Before taking a long journey, check tire pressure. Check the pressure when the air in the tires are cold. Check the proper pressure amount in the owner's manual. You also should check the tread depth. Treads are important to channel water away from the contact surface of the road. The minimum tread depth is 1.6 millimeters in the center three-quarters of the tire. Look for any cuts, bulges, or blemishes on the tire that may cause the tire to blow under high speeds.



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DSA Show Me, Tell Me - Under the Bonnet - Driving Test Questions

Under the bonnet, check the engine coolant levels. Without proper engine coolant levels, your engine will overheat and seize up on the driver. Check the oil level and brake fluid. Without the proper amount of brake fluid, the brakes could seize up and cause an accident. Check the oil level by pulling out the dipstick, wipe it clean, stick it back in, and make sure the oil level is in between the two markings.



01

Official DSA car practical test - Are you ready?

To book your practical test online, go to www.direct.gov.uk/drivingtest. Combine your professional lessons with private practice driving. People who pass their driving tests have done about 45 driving lessons and 20 hours of private driving practice. On the day of the test, please remember to take-
-Your photo driving license
-Your theory test pass certificate
-Your booking number
-Your valid passport
You can have an accompanying driving instructor when you take your test. Tests generally last for 38 to 40 minutes. It will include - -An eyesight check
-Safety questions
-Road test in various traffic conditions, driving independently for about 10 minutes You will also be asked to do one of the following reversing maneuvers -Turn in the road
-Parallel parking on the roadside or in a parking bed
-Reversing around a corner
You will also be asked to do a controlled stop and possibly an emergency stop.



01

Independent Driving in the Driving Test

After passing the driving test, the biggest problem for new drivers is coping by themselves on the road without an instructor. The road test includes the instructor giving verbal instructions on directions, then drivers are expected to follow without further details. The examiners may show drivers a diagram before they set out. This 10 minute portion of the test is designed to make drivers think independently and deal with distractions like other passengers, music playing in the vehicle, and changing road conditions.



01

Take Your Instructor on Your Driving Test

The Driving Standards Agency encourages drivers to have an instructor along on your driving test. You can also choose someone of your choice to come along, including a parent or a friend who taught you how to drive. The observe can help you notice what mistakes you make during the test.



01

How to Pass the Theory Test - Official DSA Guide

Be prepared for your theory test. On the day of the test, remember to take both parts of your photo card license with you. Put your coat, bag, and phone into the provided locker. At the time of the test, you will be called in to sign related documents. The first part of the test is multiple choice. The questions are based on The Official Highway Guide, Know Your Traffic Signs, The Official DSA Guide to Driving or The Official DSA Guide to Riding. Questions are not the same as ones you have studied, but they will be on the same subjects. You may do a 15 minute practice session before you begin, where answers do not count towards the final score. The actual test consists of 50 questions, and you must get at least 43 correct to pass. Select correct answers by clicking the mouse button. Some questions have more than one correct answer, so read the prompt carefully. Some questions are case studies, or readings, that five questions are based upon. You may use the previous and next buttons to cycle through the questions. You can also flag questions you are unsure of, and you can go back and complete them later. You are allowed to change answers before you submit your test. After finishing the test, you may have a three minute break, or begin the hazard percetion test. Before the hazard perception test, you can watch a three minute video about how the test works. There are 14 film clips. Each clip has one developing hazards, and one clip has two developing hazards. A developing hazard is one that causes a driver to take an action such as changing speed or direction. You will be scored up to 5 points for each hazard you identify. You will not lose points for responding to other hazards. In this part, you must get at least 44 points out of a possible 75. Respond to hazards by clicking the mouse button as soon as you see a hazard developing. A red flag will appear at the bottom of the screen to show you have identified a hazard. If you keep clicking or click in a pattern, a



01

Highway Code -UK Road Signs 1

Road signs you need to know for the driving test. Real road signs as seen from a car. This demo is made for mobile phone screens so please click on the 'view smaller button' on the YouTube player to make the picture sharper.



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Highway Code -UK Road Signs 2

Highway Code -UK Road signs pt2. Signs you need to know for the Highway Code test. REAL road signs as seen from a car. This demo is made for mobile phone screens so please click on the 'view smaller button' on the YouTube player to make the picture sharper.



01

Pass Your Driving Test - Traffic signs

Pass Your Driving Test — a DVD from Gerry Brennan School of Motoring that can help you to pass your driving test in the United Kingdom, first time. Learn and review common road signs in the three greatest countries on Earth - United Kingdom, Britain, and England!



01

What Happens During The Theory Test

Again, review what you need to take the driving theory test. Your first challenge as a prospective new driver is to pass the theory test. To help you on your way here's a step by step guide of what to expect, making sure you pass the driving theory test first time.



01

What Happens During The Practical Test

Again, review what you need to take your practical test. VideoJug provides you with a quick guide to what happens on a practical driving test. Using the expertise of BSM, this video will show you how to pass your practical test with flying colours.



01

How To Use Junctions Correctly

A junction is a point where two or more roads meet, and for a motorist it's the most common hazard, and the place where most accidents occur. Driving instructor Gary Lamb, shows us the basics of using junctions.



01

How To Turn In The Road

The turn in the road, or what used to be known as the 3 point turn, is a key driving skill. Expert instructor Gary Lamb shows us one way of doing it successfully.



01

How to Turn Your Steering Wheel Correctly

Learn how to turn a steering wheel at junctions. Do not make quick movements or cross your hands when you are turning. It takes about 3/4 of a steering wheel to turn into a junction. When approaching a junction, put your hands up towards the 12 o'clock position, use your right hand to turn the wheel right, and let it slide through your left hand, sliding it down to 6 o'clock. Then pull with your left hand up to the 12 o'clock position, letting it slide through your right hand. All you need to do is just pull down with the hand in the direction you want to turn.



01

The Official DSA Guide to Hazard Perception

Learn how to spot developing hazards on the hazard perception test. Look for parked cars, cars pulling out, oncoming cars turning, pedestrians, pedestrians on cell phones, changing lights.



01

My Daddy - DSA Driving PSA

The Driving Standards Agency's mission is safe driving for life. Watch this video to see for yourself just how important safe driving for life is. Slow down in the rain. Wear your seat belt. Do not use a cell phone when on the road.



01

Out of Time - DSA Driving PSA

The Driving Standards Agency's mission is safe driving for life. Watch this video from our award-winning Arrive Alive scheme to see for yourself just how important safe driving for life is. Buckle up. Do not speed. Do not drink drive. Listen to other drivers if they tell you to slow down. Do not text while driving. Do not let other passengers distract you. Don't be an arrogant driver. Do not look away from the road.



01

How To Check Car Basics Under The Bonnet

During your practical driving test you will be asked about car maintenance as part of the Show Me, Tell Me section. If you are luckily enough to have already passed, have a quick look to brush up on your knowledge. Learn the basic car maintenance under the bonnet with this clear visual demonstration.



01

How To Check Car Basics Inside The Car

Whether you are looking to pass the Show Me Tell Me part of your practical driving test, or just want to brush up on your car maintenance films, this is the film for you.



01

How To Avoid Road Rage

How to avoid road rage - Here is VideoJug's guide to avoiding angry drivers, advising you on the best way to avoid road rage and deal with aggressive driving safely and sensibly.



01

How To Start And Stop Smoothly

Starting and stopping is one of the first skills you will acquire as a new driver. Driving instructor, Gary Lamb, demonstrates the correct way to do this.



01

How To Park A Car

Parallel parking is one of the trickiest driving manoeuvres, luckily for you, driving instructor Gary Lamb is here is show you how it's done.



01

How To Make The Perfect Hill Start

Make that perfect hill start with VideoJug's helpful guide. Starting your car on a slope or hill is a key driving skill. Driving instructor of over twenty years, Gary Lamb, is going to show us a great way of completing this maneuvre.



01

A Guide To Reverse Around A Corner

This tutorial is a useful time-saver that will enable you to get good at learning to drive. Watch our short video on A Guide To Reverse Around A Corner from one of Videojug's industry leaders.