Driving Schools Directory
• Accelerator • Gear Lever • Moving Away • Seat Belts
• Anticipation • Gears • Moving Off • Signals
• Approaching Junctions • General • Overtaking • Steering
• Brake • Handbrake • Pedestrian Crossings • Steering Wheel
• Clearance • Head Restraint • Reverse Parking • Stopping
• Clutch • Indicators • Reversing • T-Junctions
• Crossing Other Traffic • Interior Mirror • Road Positioning • The Engine
• Crossroads • Making Progress • Safe Distance • Turn In The Road
• Emmergency Stop • Meeting Approaching Traffic • Safety Routine
• Exterior Mirrors • Mirrors • Seat

Practical Driving Test Tips - Anticipation
Problem Reason Solution
You drove too close to those pedestrians Because you didn’t plan or anticipate what they might do Check mirrors and steer slightly right to allow room in case they dash out into the road or step off the kerb
You had to brake sharply Because you didn’t expect the cyclist to move out Plan ahead and expect the unexpected. Look for hazards ahead of cyclists that could cause them to swerve or wobble
You were driving too fast for the conditions Because you’re not anticipating what might be around the bend Plan for the worst and be able to stop should the worst case scenario arise