Real UK Driving Test Pass at Borehamwood | Recording of Official Driving Test UK

Driving Test UK The short-notice driving
test specialist Lloyd is just about to start his driving test At the Borehamwood Driving test centre Prior to getting inside the vehicle, he driving examiner has checked his Photocard Provisional driving license and has
conducted an eyesight test He has also asked Lloyd two Show me, Tell me questions regarding the vehicle safety The driving examiner has asked Lloyd to turn right at the end of the car park Having turned right onto Stirling way,
the driving examiner has asked Lloyd to turn right at the end of this road Having turned right. The driving examiner
has given no further instructions as we are entering a dual carriageway and it
is only possible to turn left This is the A1.

The Barnet By Pass The driving examiner has now instructed
us to leave the dual carriageway at the next available junction The driving examiner has now asked us to
turn right at the roundabout This is the Second Exit Bear in mind, The driving test is there
to see how safe you are Take your time when going through with restrictions This is Newark Green At the mini roundabout, the driving examiner has instructed us to turn left that's the
first exit Having turned left. The driving examiner has asked Floyd to stop safely on the left During the driving test, the examiners
will ask you to stop on the left somewhere conveniently safe at least
three or four times There should be no pressure to stop
quickly, take your time and select a safe place to stop Making sure that you do not stop on anyone's drive When moving off, make sure you look all around especially over the Blindspot, the right shoulder The driving examiner did not give any instructions at all on approach to the mini roundabout Therefore Lloyd has continued to go straight At the very beginning for the driving test, the examiners will say That they would like you to follow the road ahead Unless road signs or road markings indicate otherwise or unless they ask you to do so The driving examiner has now instructed Lloyd to turn right at the roundabout This being the Third Exit We are now in Ripon Way These residential roads, seem very easy but they can easily become very tricky You need to keep an eye on those mirrors and be prepared to give way to oncoming vehicles At the roundabout, the driving examiner has now instructed Lloyd to turn left, the first exit Having turned left into Cranes Way The driving examiner has instructed Lloyd Once again, to stop on the left somewhere convenient safe This is the start of the independent driving section of the driving test The driving examiner, has instructed Lloyd To turn left at the end of this road and then to follow the signs marked Barnet The driving examiner, has asked Lloyd to repeat the instructions so he knows they are fully understood Lloyd has now just turned left into Furzehill road He now has to follow the signs marked Barnet During the independent driving section of the test If you feel you have missed a sign, or if you have any doubt as to where you are going You can ask the examiner for confirmation, They will help you.

You will not fail the driving test for asking the examiner for confirmation during the independent driving section of the driving test We are still following the signs marked Barnet Watching road signs and road marking is vital, during the independent driving section The driving examiner has just informed Lloyd The the independent driving section of the test, has now come to an end From now, the driving examiner will give directions as normal Lloyds has now been ask to take the first road on the right This is Barnet Gate Lane Watching road signs and road marking is very important Currently the speed limit is 30mph, due to the street lighting The road now becomes Mays Lane It is still a 30mph road, due to the street lighting As there is no pavement, keep an eye out for pedestrians Remember to keep frequently checking the mirrors The driving examiner has now asked Lloyd, to take the next road on the left This is Nupton Drive We have just turned right onto Stanhope road The examiner has asked Lloyd to pull on the left Fairly close to the driver in front This is for the purpose of the angle start Even though the examiners say, stop fairly close Make sure you can see the tyres, so you easily move off and safely The driving examiner has now asked us, to take the next road on the right Lloyd has been asked to pull up on the left Immediately before the junctions This is for the purpose of the Reverse Corner Exercise The driving examiner will always stop before the junction so you can assess, what type of junction it is Whether you need to steer slowly because it is a around corner Or whether you need to steer sharply and quickly because it is a very sharp corner Bear in mind, you need to look all around before moving off To do the reverse around the corner and then look all around again before starting to reverse During this exercise, the driving examiner is marking you on two things The first is, control of the vehicle And the second is, Observations so if you keep stopping, every few seconds and look all around, you'll have full control and you'll be aware of your surroundings.

If necessary, you can go forward, to correct any mistakes Now that the Reverse Corner has been completed The driving examiner, has asked Lloyd To drive off, and turn right at the end of road Once again, Make sure you check your right blind spot before moving off We are back on Dexter Road At the end of this road, the driving examiner has asked us to turn right on to Stanhope Road Lloyd will be turning left at the end of this road This is Chesterfield road Even though it is our priority at the crossroad Do have a glance into the road, before proceeding Chesterfield road has now become Trinder Road Bear in mind, The whole driving test is there to see how safe you are If you ever come across a situation, where you are not sure what you should do Always do whatever you feel is a safer option On these narrow residential roads of Borehamwood It is most important that you keep checking mirrors and be prepared to give way to oncoming vehicles if necessary At the end of this road, the driving examiner has asked Lloyd to turn right This is Barnet Road We have just turned left onto Galley Lane Bear in mind, in the adsent of speed signs The speed limit will be 30 mph The speed limit has just changed to National Speed Limit The National Speed limit on a signal carriageway is 60mph However, that does not mean, you have to drive at 60mph All speed limits are limits and not targets You need to drive according to the road and driving conditions Always drive at a speed, at which you could stop, within the distance you can see to be clear On these country lane, you know what to expect Horses, Pedestrians, Tractors and even huge pot holes Country lanes are not as well maintained as town and residential roads The driving examiner, has just asked Lloyd to turn left We are now on the A1, heading towards Central London The driving examiner, has asked us to leave the carriageway at the next available exit At the roundabout, the driving examiner has asked us to turn left, first exit Remember, there is no rushing through the width restrictions We have just turned left into Tempsford Avenue At the end of this road.

We'll be turning left and then immediately right We are now on Nicoll way At the end of this road, we will be turning left This is is Ripon way Shortly we will be turning right onto Stirling way and then back into the driving test car park to enter the car parking, you need to insert a code The code is available on your driving test confirmation letter If you have somebody, your friend or a driving instructor waiting for you to enter the code That will make it easier for you, to enter the car park