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 - Head Restraint
Problem Reason Solution
You’ve positioned your headrest too low / high Perhaps you’re unsure how to position / adjust it Adjust the headrest so the point of contact is with the rearmost part of your skull, which is usually level with the top of your ears. Adjust it by...(describe for your vehicle)
You’ve removed the headrest altogether Because you thought it would give you a better view Adjust the headrest up or down, as necessary, but don’t remove it. It is an essential safety item and could prevent a serious whiplash injury in the event of a crash