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Danielle

Mounting kerb on driving test

As from what I have been told and two of my friends have actually experienced, hitting or mounting the kerb during a turn in the road/reverse round a corner would result in an immediate fail. However a little known fact is that if the learner driver asks to repeat the failed manoeuvre, is allowed to do so and completes it succesfully second time around, they no longer fail.

Danielle  (Level 1)
03 Jul 2014 13:28, updated
05 Sep 2008, published
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gices
gices  (Level 5)
30 Oct 2008 09:45
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Danielle,

Thanks very much for your feedback. Although this has been a good thing for your 2 friends, I think it really depends on the mood of the examiner during your driving test. Some examiners will not allow you to redo the turn in the road or any other manoeuvre, so you have to get it right first time round. Others will mark it down as a minor fault if you touch the kerb and some will fail you straight away. It's upto the examiner to assess how dangerous it is and to pass/fail you.
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roadrunner
roadrunner  (Level 1)
13 Feb 2014 13:43
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Hitting the kerb on a left/right reverse is considered as a failed manoueuvre.

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