As a learner driver gains a high level of proficiency in driving and test standard is in sight, taking the mock driving test in Carlisle is definitely going to be beneficial. It is of course cheaper to fail a mock driving test rather than the real one. Failing the real DSA test involves more test booking fees and often more driving lessons to brush up on the mistakes you made during the DSA test.
Of course using your existing instructor for a mock driving test is convenient and they will know the DSA test from start to finish. They will use the Mock Driving Test to filter out any areas that are in need of improvement before advising you to book the real DSA driving test.
If you are teaching a learner driver in Worksop or if you are a learner receiving the driving lessons in Worksop privately off family or friends, we would advise a fully qualified driving instructor is better qualified to provide a mock driving test. If you still wish to conduct a mock driving test however, download DL25 driving test report sheet which will be used by Driving Test Examiners during the real practical driving test.
Although the real practical driving test will involve just a single manoeuvre and a 1 in 3 possibility of the emergency stop, please ask your driving instructor for an extended mock driving test. An extended mock driving test should last a little over 1 hour and will involve all driving manoeuvres and should include the emergency stop.
The Extended Mock Driving Mock Exam should also include around 10 minutes of independent driving, dual carriageways and to cover as many challenging areas on the driving test routes that are applicable to your driving test centre.
If you have failed the mock driving test with your current instructor or by an alternative instructor, it is very unlikely you will pass the real driving test exam. Try if possible to take further driving lessons before your test practicing the areas that you have failed in the mock exam. If there is not enough time, arrange the driving test to a later date.