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Road test
A road test will be refused if:
You will fail the road test if you:
3.2 CARE AND ATTENTION
Cellular phones
3.4 SHARING THE ROAD
3.5 THE CONCEPT OF GATES
3.7 DIRECTIONAL DIVIDING LINES
Turn signals
3.13 PASSING
3.14 BUS LANES AND BICYCLE LANES
Right turns
Left turns
3.16 CENTRE TURNING LANES
3.17 RIGHT OF WAY
3.18 STOPPING POSITIONS
3.19 TRAFFIC CIRCLES
Driving to the left of centre
One-way highways
Controlled access highways
3.21 PEDESTRIANS
3.22 CROSSING URBAN STREETS
3.23 WHEELCHAIRS AND MEDICAL SCOOTERS
3.24 MOTORCYCLES
3.26 PARKING LOTS
3.26 Parking lots
3.28 NIGHT DRIVING AND LOW VISIBILITY
3.29 CHOOSING THE RIGHT SPEED
3.30 WHEN TO DIM YOUR HEADLIGHTS
3.31 RULES RELATED TO VEHICLES
4.11 RAILWAY CROSSINGS
Never get trapped on a crossing
Never race a train
Avoid shifting gears on a crossing
Watch for vehicles that must stop at crossings
Never drive around gates
Flashing lights
4.11Railway crossings
4.14 INFORMATION SIGNS
4.14Information signs
4.15 TRAFFIC SIGNALS
Basic driving skills
Real and potential hazards
The language of time
Using time to estimate your following distance
Steer where you look
Search patterns on highways and rural roads
“Looking up” on highways
“Referencing down” on highways
Sweeping highways with your eyes
Filling in the gap on highways
Checking your gates on highways
Checking your instruments on highways
Search patterns in urban areas
Looking up in urban areas
Referencing down in urban areas
Sweeping with your eyes in urban areas
Filling in the gap in urban areas
Checking your gates in urban areas
Checking your instruments in urban areas
Search patterns at night
Search patterns in emergencies
Driving in dense traffic
Vehicle familiarization
Design components for safety
Seating position
Hand positions
“Hand over hand”
Low speed manoeuvreing
Backing
Steering techniques for backing
Parallel parking
Angle parking
Parking on a hill
U-turns
Two-point turns
If you miss an exit
Emergencies on the freeway
Estimation of safe passing time
Estimation of the closing time of two vehicles
The safe/unsafe judgment
The actual passing judgment
Being passed
Driving techniques for gravel roads
Preparing your vehicle
Preparing to see and to be seen
Driving on slippery surfaces
Survival
6.10 EMERGENCY DRIVING
Where to look
Emergency braking techniques
Emergency steering techniques
Combined braking and steering
Neutral/declutch
Skidding
Drifting onto a soft shoulder
Ditches
Power steering or power brake failure
Accelerator sticking
Headlight failure
Blow-outs
Brake failure
Animals on the road
Protect the scene
Check all injuries
Check for witnesses
Provide a report to police
Dangerous goods
Call the police
Facts about drinking and driving:
Illegal drugs
Personal stress and illness
Fatigue
Aggressive driving
Cigarette smoke
Arrest
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