Manoeuvres Made Easy
Learning the manoeuvres required for driving test purposes can seem almost impossible and very frustrating. You may have heard others say a particular manoeuvre is hard, or they can't do it! This book will help and show you how to master all the manoeuvres needed, even if you are learning with friends, parents or relatives. THE 2004 UPDATES INCLUDE CHANGES TO THE 2003 DRIVING TEST
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Reversing into a side road on your left
Meet approaching Traffic
Adequate Clearance Apply the handbrake brake bring the car car is parallel car reaches car to move Changing Lanes check the engine Control Turning Points cyclists drive past driving test exit front wheels keep left shoulder look Maintain a slow MAJOR Mirrors Signal MANOEUVRES MADE EASY McAULAY METHOD metres MINOR Mirrors Mirrors Signal Position motorway Moving Off Safely MSM mirror-signal-manoeuvre normal stop o'clock position Observations Control Turning oncoming vehicles overtaking parked vehicle PASSING YOUR DRIVING pedestrians crossing Points Straightening Accuracy Position Speed Gear Prepare your car Puffin Crossings rear window regulate the speed Release handbrake Reverse back right shoulder road users round observations roundabout safe to proceed select neutral side road signal if necessary Signal Position Speed slip road Smooth Clutch steering wheel Stopping Distance sure swing the front Take all round Thinking Distance traffic lights traffic starts Turning Points Straightening turning the steering tyre vehicle in front Wait