PARALLEL PARKING

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PARALLEL AND BAY PARKING

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PARALLEL PARKING

When I was learning, you didn’t have to learn to park for the Driving test. My instructor did teach me thankfully. Of course I did have some little knocks on the bumper. Now the test has evolved a great deal to help cope with the demanding roads we now have. Si8milarly you did not have to be able to bay park in a car park to pass your driving test, that has now been added.

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PARALLEL AND BAY PARKING

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So many households now have two or more cars and it’s important to be competent at controlling the car in a car park. It was decided that more “real” driving would be brought into the driving test. Of course we all use car parks, and similarly need to be able to park safely During the driving test your examiner will ask you to pull up on the left in a safe, legal and convenient place.

Similarly, you will then be asked to pull away again safely and under control. This means that you must be sure of where it is safe, legal and convenient. Furthermore, when pulling away you must be able to pull away under control .Make sure it is safe for you pull away with a mirror and final blindspot check over your right shoulder.

Many cars these days are fitted with parking radars and cameras to help you to have a better view to the back of the vehicle. Of course they help but you must also make effective observations all around the vehicle. There are even cars that park themselves nowadays. With self driving cars also coming in, there will no longer be drivers, there will be only passengers.

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