How to pass your Driving Test

The Best Way to Pass Your Test FIRST TIME

You may have come across some driving schools that like to brag about their ‘Perfect Pass Rate’ or ‘100% pass rate’ or lately ‘99% pass rate’ for driving test.

The truth is, everyone passes their driving test eventually. So if a driving student fails 2 times before passing, they have still added to the ‘pass rate’ of the driving school.  You can pass first time if you remember this very important fact:

YOU WILL PASS YOUR TEST WHEN YOU ARE 100% READY

So what does ‘being ready’ mean?

It means that you have had a lot of experience and that you can drive without worrying about your weaknesses because you’ve worked on them and they are no longer an issue. If you still feel nervous about messing something up on your driving test, you are NOT ready yet. You are better to reschedule your test and keep practising until the things that freak you out are all fixed. Simple.

What do you think would happen should you somehow pass your driving test, knowing full well that the thought of approaching a busy roundabout or entering the freeway makes you tremble, and then you are out on your own, with nobody sitting beside you, on your P’s and you have to a) handle the scary situation while putting other drivers at risk while you still ‘learn’ how to do them or b) You avoid those scary places and take an extra 15 minutes to half an hour to get anywhere because you just can’t handle it.

Either way, was it really worth taking that test before you were truly ready? What if two weeks after you have proudly put those P’s on your car (or mum and dads), you totally write the car off because you were just not ready to be driving solo. I know from experience.

I totalled my first car within half an hour of getting in it to go show my best friends mum. These things happen. It is real life. I want to help you avoid that happening to you.

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