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At Book Your Road Test, not only do we want to help you with booking your road tests, we also want to help you pass them!

To do this with have compiled a list of factors that you should consider before you take your M road tests.  

Of course, by taking these things into consideration, it will not guarantee your success, however, it will certainly help you to achieve it.

Vehicle Checks:

Often when it comes to taking a road test, people are always thinking about the experiences that they might encounter during the test itself.

However, what some people forget to do, is to check the working condition of the vehicle.

The last thing you want is to do is turn up to your test to find that your vehicle isn’t working.

A few things that you should check are:

– Oil and filter change

– Chain slack and lube

– Tire pressure

– Lights

Those last two are quite critical.

Understanding how to inflate your tires and the pressures that are required is an important life skill.

Incorrectly inflated tires lead to inefficient driving, excessive fuel use and can potentially be dangerous.

Likewise, the correct operation of your lights is also really important. If you think you’re indicating yet your bulb is out, you might be confusing other drivers.

Environmental Conditions:

This is a factor that people often do consider, however it’s only once they begin the road test.

Be sure that you are aware of the potential terrains and how they can change in certain conditions.

For example, if your location consists of a large number of inclines and declines, remember to brake in good time, in order to avoid any chance of accidents.

Alternatively, if you are taking your road test in a gravelly area, it is important to take it slow around bends, as you will have a reduced grip.

By proactively thinking about the effects of the weather on the environment, you will be in a much better mindset when it comes to taking your test.

Vehicle Practice:

Although most people use the vehicle that they have been learning with to take their road tests.

You might find that due to a ranging set of circumstances, you have to use a different vehicle.

If this is the case, we recommend that you practice using it as much as possible.

The more comfortable you are with the vehicle, the fewer things you have to worry about during your road test.

On the off chance that you are unable to get any practice in the new vehicle, but do know the vehicle that you are going to be using, it is worth having a look online to see the similarities.

You could also ask people you know to see if they have any experience with the same model.

Driving Location:

Last but not least we have the driving location. While not a direct factor, there are multiple reasons why factoring in the location can be beneficial.

Reason one is that if you know the location well, you are more likely to feel at ease on your road test because there will be fewer surprises.

Also, if you are unfamiliar with the location, don’t be afraid to drive with more caution than usual.

It is far better to be safe than to be overconfident and cause a problem due to not knowing what’s around the corner.

Remember, you are being judged on your ability to drive safely, not drive fast.

As we mentioned at the start; although we cannot guarantee that these factors will make you pass, it will certainly help you.