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Drive me crazy!!

YEAH! I got my driver license finally after the stressful practical test today for more than 1 hour.

What I like the exam the testing officer really looks every moves that I take looking at the mirror both sides and at the back and signals for at least 3 second before I turned.

It was a hot day for my practical exam which start at 1:45pm. I arrived at the testing place around 1:40PM and my testing officer talking to a guy from 0800 geek arguing about his practical test.

The man who drives a small red mazda insisted that he is a confident driver and explains the reasons for the errors because he is nervous about the test. But the testing office said ,we just follows the rules.

And now its may turn-

Before I begin the practical test,the testing officer check first my left and right signal lights and break lights to make sures its working if not I failed the test. And I start the exam.

The test composed of three part as my testing officer told me and to pass the test I must achieved at least 80 percent of “yes” scores across all three parts.

This section is conducted in a low-speed area of up to 60 km/h and assesses your ability to safely and legally control your vehicle in these simple driving situations:

  • leaving the kerb
  • driving straight
  • turning left
  • returning to the kerb.

Part 2

This section is also conducted in a low-speed area, but assesses your ability to safely and legally control your vehicle in more complex driving situations:

  • reversing (three-point turn, reversing into a driveway, reverse parallel parking)
  • turning left at a Give Way sign
  • turning left at a Stop sign or traffic signals
  • turning right at a Give Way sign or traffic signals
  • turning right at an uncontrolled intersection
  • driving straight ahead through a roundabout.

Part 3

This section is conducted in higher-speed areas of up to 100 km/h and assesses your ability to safely and legally control your vehicle in these driving situations:

  • driving straight
  • driving straight on a multi-lane road or driving around a curve (left or right)
  • entering traffic flow.

and I pass all the test.

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