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    Can i have advice for preparing for the driving test?

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      Re: Can i have advice for preparing for the driving test?

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      Re: Can i have advice for preparing for the driving test?

      It's worth driving around the streets, roads, about 5 miles radius to the test centre. Try to remember the signs, speed limits around those areas. Specially after you get your date and time for the driving test, go around that specific time to familiarize yourself with the traffic flow that time. My driving instructor did that for me. Keep practicing your reverse moves as well, I failed my first test straight away on reverse parking in the test centre. But I passed without any major problems the second time. Ah, also download those questions about checking oil, brake fluid levels, tyres, handbrakes, etc... and memorise them if you don't know much about cars like I am. Last but not least, have plenty of sleep the night before, and try not to be so nervous, and take your test fully hydrated, and not on an empty stomach.
      Hope this helps.
      And good luck.

     

     
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