Driving Test Tips: STOP Junctions
Any learner can fail a driving test. It isn’t that hard to fail – after all; the national driving test pass rate is only 44% 2016 (DVSA). However – sometimes there are just things you shouldn’t do!
44% Pass Rate
I think you may have already got it? EH? Am I right? Yes, you have got it! If you don’t STOP at a STOP junction, you will fail – it is that simple! But lets not just stop there! It means ‘STOP’ at the white line, not one metre before, or two car length’s back, it means at the white line. Your wheels hault – NOT MOVE!
I think you get the idea! The Highway Code states this to be a legal obligation of the driver! So, stick to the rules, and keep the driving examiner happy!