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Changes to the Driving Test will likely be introduced on 4th December 2017

 

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/driving-test-learner-sat-nav-three-point-turn-dvsa-driver-and-vehicle-standards-agency-uk-a7684801.html

 

 

Learner drivers will now have to be able to follow directions from satellite navigation to pass their driving test as part of a major overhaul of the assessment.

 

The Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has announced a host of changes to the test, which also include doubling the length of independent driving to 20 minutes and replacing manoeuvres such as reversing around a corner with more common scenarios such as driving into a parking space.

 

It is the most significant shakeup of the test since the written theory exam was introduced in 1996, according to motoring research charity RAC Foundation.

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IMO the current test is far too easy for learners, we watched a young girl trying to park in a bay at a restaurant, she had 11 attempts to get in and 9 to get out again..she was in a new Astra with a P plate and 3 of her mates..heard saying " I hate parking it's so hard".

 

The ADI testing is also being revised, in fact all of this is BS just the DSA pretending to review stuff.

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