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 - Seat Belts
Problem Reason Solution
You let the seat-belt fly back when you released it Perhaps you’re unaware of the reasons it’s best not to do that Hold the buckle as you press the release button and feed the belt back to its resting place
Your seat-belt is twisted Because you didn’t check as you put it on Look at it as you put it on and make sure it’s flat
You’ve plugged your seat-belt into the anchor point on my side You probably didn’t realise why it’s important to use the appropriate anchor point Check that you’re putting your seat-belt into your anchor point