1. Speeding - exceeding the speed limit

2. Failing to stop - Failing to completely stop at stop signs or red lights

3. Not giving way - at intersections to other vehicle or pedestrians

4. Failing to maintain a Crash Avoidance Space - all around the car from other vehicles and pedestrians

5. Lack of understanding – Road rules, signs and road markings

6. Failing to respond – when another vehicle fails to give way

7. Car not roadworthy – worn tyres, brake lights and indicators not working

8. Wheels bumping the kerb – when parking or over a round about

9. Poor judgment and decision making – when preparing to merge or entering the line of traffic without consideration of surrounding vehicles

10. Signaling – not using the indicator for 5 seconds before turning or leaving the kerb

Students that are full prepared and had professional driving lessons have a much higher success rate in passing first go. For your professional lessons phone 0410 236 651 or visit our website to book on-line www.learnerdriverinstructor.com.au

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