The UK Driving Test makes sure a driver has a minimum standard of safety before they are allowed to drive on their own. Once the test has been passed, a driver will continue learning with their experiences and their driving will change. But would they still be able to pass the Driving Test again if they had to? In this video we will find out, as Emma has kindly agreed to drive a full test route for us. She passed her test about 6 months ago, so is used to the new test format - but has not had any extra training to help her prepare for today. We will identify any faults we see, and also monitor the total number of faults so you can see how Emma is doing.

This video includes;
* 0:05 Introduction
* 1:20 ’Tell Me’ Question
* 1:55 Start of Independent Driving
* 10:30 Joining Dual Carriageway
* 13:30 Leaving Dual Carriageway
* 14:50 ‘Show Me’ Question
* 22:10 Wrong turn
* 31:30 Reverse Bay Park
* 32:25 Summary

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    • Advance Driving School
      Advance Driving School

      Thanks for watching - if you found this video interesting then please subscribe to our channel and click the bell to be notified of our next video! This video includes;
      * 0:05 Introduction
      * 1:20 ’Tell Me’ Question
      * 1:55 Start of Independent Driving
      * 10:30 Joining Dual Carriageway
      * 13:30 Leaving Dual Carriageway
      * 14:50 ‘Show Me’ Question
      * 22:10 Wrong turn
      * 31:30 Reverse Bay Park
      * 32:25 Summary

      about 7 months ago
    • István Gyurisa
      István Gyurisa In reply to Advance Driving School

      27:40 - She has just almost run over a child.
      No warnings for that? it is a serious mistake. For some reason no minor faults were added tho.
      That kid was already on the road passing it. She wouldnt be bothered just goes. (??)
      Those ppl had priority clearly.
      She was coming out of a minor small road to the main road.
      They were there on the main road at the first place anyway and going straight.

      about 1 month ago
    • Khadija Sipa
      Khadija Sipa In reply to Advance Driving School

      Is she pass or fail?

      about 2 months ago
    • mohamed abdi
      mohamed abdi In reply to Advance Driving School

      Sethy

      about 3 months ago
    • Advance Driving School
      Advance Driving School In reply to Advance Driving School

      @M M Don't regard the speed limit as a target, we should drive at a safe speed for the conditions - so driving at 35 in a 40 is no problem. By the way, the examiner will use the car's speedometer for the purposes of the test, so ignore the GPS speed that the camera shows - as the driver wouldn't see it either at the time. Where is the junction fault you mentioned?

      about 4 months ago
    • M M
      M M In reply to Advance Driving School

      Advance Driving School how about driving 35-37 at speed limit of 40? Is that a fault as well? And turning nearside instead of offside in a junction is that a serious fault?

      about 4 months ago
    • Angela Henry
      Angela Henry

      Rediculous! She was very good !!

      about 1 day ago
    • Alex Marin
      Alex Marin

      Well, if I were in the examinee’s position and realised that I had already made enough mistakes to fail the test, then while we were in those roads in the middle of nowhere, I would have stopped the car and instructed the examiner to get out. Then drive off... He/She was going to fail me anyway…

      about 2 days ago
    • I Finch L
      I Finch L

      This scares me 😱

      about 2 days ago
    • Maxim Onofrei
      Maxim Onofrei

      cool quality. it's a great pleasure to watch your video

      about 3 days ago
    • Nellie Carlisle
      Nellie Carlisle

      What is that gear stick tho it looks rlly wierd

      about 5 days ago
    • Advance Driving School
      Advance Driving School In reply to Nellie Carlisle

      It is a little unusual, but it works well. For a closer look search on Google for ‘Nissan Leaf drive selector’ 👍🏼

      about 5 days ago
    • A Chy
      A Chy

      steering wasn’t properly

      about 5 days ago
    • Xenobat
      Xenobat In reply to A Chy

      Explain?

      about 5 days ago
    • Dheeraj Classic
      Dheeraj Classic

      Lol this test
      1.Just don't be a jerk on the road while driving you will be fine without causing accidents
      2.Go easy on the accelerator
      3.Drive in speed limit, just make sure the car is under control no matter the speed is.

      about 8 days ago
    • tom the gamer 150
      tom the gamer 150

      Wait wtf this was in West Bromwich LOL, Im actaully close to there, i live in wednesbury

      about 9 days ago
    • tom the gamer 150
      tom the gamer 150 In reply to tom the gamer 150

      @Advance Driving School oh, ok i just searched one of the road names and come up with one near me lol

      about 9 days ago
    • Advance Driving School
      Advance Driving School In reply to tom the gamer 150

      Sorry, but this was filmed in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.

      about 9 days ago
    • tom the gamer 150
      tom the gamer 150

      I really hope i dont have a really strict instructor in 5 years when i will be taking lessons and Test, Im 13 and thinking of my Test Already lol

      about 9 days ago
    • Alice Jenner
      Alice Jenner In reply to tom the gamer 150

      Wouldn't even worry about that yet! I'm 20 and I've only just booked my test lol, it won't happen at 17/18 for everyone. Have fun getting free lifts everywhere for a while yet!

      about 6 days ago
    • Laurry Carter
      Laurry Carter

      I wonder if driving examiners would be able to pass the test

      about 11 days ago
    • Bad Boahs
      Bad Boahs In reply to Laurry Carter

      Laurry Carter of course they would. It’s not a matter of being a good driver, it’s about driving by the rule book.

      about 9 days ago
    • thelolmaster1997
      thelolmaster1997

      No conversation at all? I think you guys over relied on the excitement of watching someone take a test to carry this video

      about 11 days ago
    • Xenobat
      Xenobat In reply to thelolmaster1997

      An examiner won't (or shouldn't) have a conversation during your test, so they're replicating that here. I watched the whole video from start to finish because I need to learn how to drive, not how to hold a conversation.

      about 5 days ago
    • Bez ski
      Bez ski

      So is it ok to cross your hands and let the steering wheel slide through your hands on a test these days ? Plenty of that going on in this video.

      about 15 days ago
    • Advance Driving School
      Advance Driving School In reply to Bez ski

      Yes, they have changed their view on a few things. Good luck 👍🏼

      about 15 days ago
    • Bez ski
      Bez ski In reply to Bez ski

      @Advance Driving School ok, thanks, I'm helping someone to practice. When I learned in 1991 it was drummed into me to never cross my hands over or let the wheel slide.

      about 15 days ago
    • Advance Driving School
      Advance Driving School In reply to Bez ski

      As long as the car is in control and in the correct road position, then no fault will be given for the method of steering.

      about 15 days ago
    • Tommy Jeon
      Tommy Jeon

      I’m wondering if the speed limit on the dual carriageway is 70mph?

      about 15 days ago
    • Advance Driving School
      Advance Driving School In reply to Tommy Jeon

      Unless there are signs to indicate a lower limit, then the national speed limit of 70 applies. Even though Emma was driving a little slower than that, we didn’t feel it was worth marking a fault.

      about 15 days ago
    • Nu'blessed
      Nu'blessed

      ive failed 3 times my anxiety is so bad before each test i feel like giving up

      about 16 days ago
    • Advance Driving School
      Advance Driving School In reply to Nu'blessed

      Have you tried any of the techniques in this video? How to control your driving test nerves | 2019 UK Driving Test https://youtu.be/58ls-Cuc7vw

      about 15 days ago
    • Emma Kenyon
      Emma Kenyon

      Every time I was like mirrorsss 😂. Worried I’m going to mess up with them on my test

      about 17 days ago
    • Emma Kenyon
      Emma Kenyon In reply to Emma Kenyon

      Advance Driving School Thank you 😊

      about 16 days ago
    • Advance Driving School
      Advance Driving School In reply to Emma Kenyon

      As a minimum, the examiner will expect you to check your mirrors before indicating, changing your road position, or changing your speed. Doing any of these things without checking where other vehicles are might cause danger, so try to follow the Mirror / Signal / Manoeuvre routine to stay safe. Good luck on your test!

      about 16 days ago
    • Agent L
      Agent L

      OMG I dont my exam and test like in 2013 and passed.
      When did the sat nav come into these tests?

      about 19 days ago
    • Advance Driving School
      Advance Driving School In reply to Agent L

      The test changed in December 2017 to include the option of using the Sat-Nav.

      about 19 days ago
    • Radarekxp
      Radarekxp

      How many times did she checked the blind spot on the move?

      about 19 days ago
    • Oscar Soons
      Oscar Soons

      I did my test on that route

      about 20 days ago
    • Advance Driving School
      Advance Driving School In reply to Oscar Soons

      Excellent - well done!

      about 20 days ago
    • Oscar Soons
      Oscar Soons In reply to Oscar Soons

      @Advance Driving School
      I passed first time with 2 months of driving, just over a year ago

      about 20 days ago
    • Advance Driving School
      Advance Driving School In reply to Oscar Soons

      Ha - and how did it go?

      about 20 days ago
    • Ojinnaka Uchenna
      Ojinnaka Uchenna

      Hi I just passed my test this afternoon... thank you for all your videos as they were very helpful to the core! I am so very very happy 😃 as this has a big relieve on me! Now I can drive 😂😁😁👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻

      about 21 day ago
    • Advance Driving School
      Advance Driving School In reply to Ojinnaka Uchenna

      Very well done - good luck driving on your own 🚘👌🏼

      about 21 day ago
    • M R
      M R

      i have my test today 😣😣😣

      about 21 day ago
    • Advance Driving School
      Advance Driving School In reply to M R

      Good luck!

      about 21 day ago
    • Mega Hayes
      Mega Hayes

      Just wanted to say a massive thank you to you and your videos, this video helped me a lot with my mock, and today I passed my actual test first time (and my Theory too!)! I've watched a variety of videos too from your channel and each one has improved my confidence and expectations immensely. I have Aspergers and have been quite an anxious learner, but watching these videos has proved me well :).

      about 25 days ago
    • Mega Hayes
      Mega Hayes In reply to Mega Hayes

      Advance Driving School Thank you!!! :)

      about 25 days ago
    • Advance Driving School
      Advance Driving School In reply to Mega Hayes

      That’s very nice to hear - well done for passing, and good luck driving on your own! 🚙👍🏼

      about 25 days ago
    • Sabz Gaming
      Sabz Gaming

      why check mirrors before braking??

      about 25 days ago
    • Advance Driving School
      Advance Driving School In reply to Sabz Gaming

      To see if there is any traffic following us closely - as if there is we can brake more gently and earlier to reduce the chance of being rear-ended.

      about 25 days ago
    • Cirstea Radu
      Cirstea Radu

      Braking before mirror check?!?! Wtf man?

      about 26 days ago
    • The Realist Tech
      The Realist Tech

      I’m only 14 but I’m currently partaking in young driver courses passed my first one, I struggle a little with the clutch but I’ve got a lot better. Watching videos like this to improve and prepare for when I’m older

      about 27 days ago
    • The Realist Tech
      The Realist Tech In reply to The Realist Tech

      Thanks!

      about 26 days ago
    • Advance Driving School
      Advance Driving School In reply to The Realist Tech

      Good luck on your course - and if it helps we have a few videos to help with clutch control: Clutch Control At Low Speed | Learning to drive: Car control skills https://youtu.be/8O3ZSqmJ9Yc

      about 27 days ago
    • Michał Wesołowski
      Michał Wesołowski

      I have my driving licence for 25y with 0 accidents - and I'm terrified what I have just seen - This method produces dangerous drivers.

      about 1 month ago
    • Laura
      Laura In reply to Michał Wesołowski

      How

      about 28 days ago
    • Michał Wesołowski
      Michał Wesołowski

      :( Checking mirrors before slowing the car to let the pedestrian pass is EXTREMELY DANGEROUS PRACTICE and should be removed from exam rules ASAP. The pedestrian SAFETY GOES FIRST. Young drivers please look on the road (as soon as you pass your exam of course) in stead of the mirrors all the time. The mirrors are important but looking ahead may save someones life.

      about 1 month ago
    • kristjan pirc
      kristjan pirc

      she forgot to change gear

      about 1 month ago
    • Maximuzz
      Maximuzz

      It’s so weird how most road test in America are like 7-10 mins long and this shit is 30 mins lol

      about 1 month ago
    • Forza223 Bowe
      Forza223 Bowe

      Are drivers my age (22) considered bad drivers ?

      about 1 month ago
    • Advance Driving School
      Advance Driving School In reply to Forza223 Bowe

      Not necessarily, as there are poor drivers of all ages. Just ensure you are as safe as possible, and let your driving history speak for itself 👍🏼

      about 1 month ago