Lesson 10, Topic 1
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Manoeuvres and why We Use Them

The manoeuvres everyone is required to be able to perform accurately, safely and under full control are:

• Reverse into a side road on the left or right (Not tested)

• Turn in the road (Not tested)

• Reverse park (side of the road)

• Reverse park (in a car park)

• Forward park (in a car park)

• Pull up on the right-hand side of the road, reverse for 2 car lengths and re-join the traffic

Why would I perform these manoeuvres?

• Reverse into a side road on the left or right: In order to turn the car around.

• Turn in the road: In order to turn the car around if there is no side road to reverse into.

• Reverse park (side of the road): In order to reverse park into a limited space, perhaps between two cars.

• Reverse park (in a car park): In order to reverse into a parking space or bay.

• Forward park (in a car park): In order to drive forward into a parking space or bay.

• Park on the right and reverse: In order to park safely on the right side of the road and re-join traffic.

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