Open Road Review Uncategorized driving test changes 2018

driving test changes 2018

driving test changes 2018

Driving test changes 2018
The video clip will show a situation, such as driving through a town centre, or driving on a country road.
The agency outlined its hope to help people with reading and learning disabilities as well as developmental conditions.

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“The UK has some of the safest roads in the world, but we’re always looking for ways to make them safer. “These new hazard perception clips offer more realistic driving conditions to test a learner driver’s ability, preparing them for overcoming the real-life challenges they will face on the road – something that should benefit all road users.”

This consultation seeks views on the proposals required to implement GDL and update the practical driving test.
Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) is being introduced with the aim of reducing the over representation of new – mainly young drivers – involved in fatal and serious road collisions. GDL will apply to both car drivers and motorcyclists. The main elements of GDL have already been consulted on and form part of the Road Traffic (Amendment) Act (NI) 2016. The Act provides the powers to introduce a package of measures to reform the learner and restricted driver schemes and to introduce GDL in Northern Ireland.