Repeatedly not steering enough or steering late on the approach to junctions when turning left - Throughout the test, when you turn left, you repeatedly understeer, not following the shape of the kerb. This means there’s not enough space for vehicles turning right to fit alongside your car.
Not steering enough when going around a bend - When you drive around a bend at an appropriate speed, you do not apply enough steering. This causes both passenger-side wheels to mount the pavement.
Steering late when turning right into a minor road - When you turn right into a minor road, you steer late and not enough. This causes a ‘swan neck’ effect, and you drive fully onto the wrong side of the new road to correct your position.
Repeatedly mounting the pavement when pulling up on the left - Throughout the test, when you pull up on the left-hand side of the road, you mount the pavement with both passenger-side wheels before the car returns to the road.
Steering late when moving out to pass parked vehicles - When you approach parked vehicles, you steer late and get too close to the parked vehicles.
Driving safety facts - More than 1 in 10 reported collisions in Great Britain in 2021 were caused by someone driving making a poor turn or manoeuvre.