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When you have passed the theory test and about to use Pass Faster - Intensive Driving Courses in Bradford, take your instructor’s advice and only apply for the practical test when you are told you will be ready. It could also shorten the length of time between the theory and practical tests if you start having your driving lessons whilst studying for the theory test. Be prepared to have enough professional driving tuition. It is far better to be properly prepared and pass the first time than being disappointed! Remember, a failed test means extra cost in terms of:
? another driving test fee;
? more driving lessons;
? time – there may be a long waiting list for a test at your local centre.
At the start of the test, your examiner will check your eyesight by asking you to read a number plate. Once at your vehicle, you will be asked to explain or demonstrate how you would carry out certain safety checks. Referred to as ‘show me, tell me’, this part of the test will ensure that you are familiar with the vehicle you are driving and are aware of safety checks you must be able to make. Whilst dependent on the car you take for your driving test, most of the information you need to answer these questions is contained in this book, and you will learn it as you proceed with your course of tuition. The practical part of the test lasts about 40 minutes, and the route will cover as many road and traffic conditions as possible. You will have to perform some ‘set manoeuvres’ to show that you can control the vehicle correctly and safely. The examiner will try to put you at ease and give you directions and instructions clearly and in good time. More detailed information on the practical part of the test is given in Stage 10. By following the structured approach to learning in this book and applying for your test only when you are thoroughly prepared, you should have no difficulty in passing the first time! Take advice from your instructor on when and how to apply for your theory a