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My Drive Test is:
Just a reminder of what you will need for your drive test at VicRoads on Tuesday 4th December 2030.
I’ve had some bad experiences where students haven’t paid after a test which unfortunately means I can’t do a license test unless paid at pickup or you have already paid with a package (Fee is $200 in Cash/BankCard - Visa or MasterCard only or a Bank Transfer Receipt).
You will also need your learners permit, hazard perception test results & $82.80 cash/card to pay VicRoads for your 3yr Probationary Licence.
You may also have to pay VicRoads for the Drive Test if you didn't pay at the time of booking the test.
I'll pick you up at 1.30pm & we'll drive to the Burwood East VicRoads area, then do a 45min lesson, followed by the drive test at 2.55pm.
I will then drop you back at home after the drive test.
Recommended Driving Knowledge & Skills to Pass Your Drive Test
These are just some of the skills and knowledge a learner should have cemented over the 2yr period of learning to drive, prior to their drive test so it keeps them much safer on the road once they pass their drive test and are driving solo (no one next to them to say, “Look out.”).
Drivers must realise they are driving a lethal weapon that they can kill with or be killed, and should accept the responsibility of learning how to drive safely prior to driving solo.
Seat Position - Knowing how to set up your seat to control the pedals and for safety in the event of an accident?
Mirrors - What points to look for when setting up interior and exterior mirrors?
Seat Belts - There are several adjustments you can make for a comfortable and secure fit of the seat belt to protect you if involved in an accident?
Cabin Controls/Pre-Drive - How to use the de-misters, high beam, windscreen washers, hazard lights etc? It’s a drive test fail if you don’t.
Steering Hand Position - Is push-pull steering still a test requirement? Is hand position still the same since air bags have been installed in cars?
Gears - Looking at the gear stick and taking your eyes off the road! There’s an easy way of knowing which gear you’re in without looking.
Accelerator, Brake, Clutch - Is there a need to match the revs when engaging the clutch while changing gears? Clutch replacement is expensive!
Starting/Stopping Vehicle - Does the car need to be in neutral to start it or turn it off?
Moving to & from the kerb - What safety measures are required when pulling in and out of the kerb? Are we parked in the gutter or on the road?
Handbrake - Is a handbrake start still part of the drive test, or can we use the clutch friction point instead?
Mirror & Observation Behind - There is a definite indicator when looking in the interior mirror which tells you if a car in another lane is a safe distance from you to safely change lanes.
Right & Left Turns - Knowing where to position your car for turns so you don’t black other vehicles trying to turn in the other direction?
Clearance & Safety Margin - It is extremely dangerous to stick too close to the right side of your lane rather than in the middle. Good chance of a sideswipe or head-on of an oncoming vehicle doing the same. Are you scared of hitting the gutter?
Gear Selection - How to work out which gear to go to and when. Also, what tells you when to change gears without looking at the rev counter?
Speed Limit & compliance - What’s the usual position of speed signs you are looking for when turning into a road? Do you constantly miss them and not know what the speed limit is?
Road Signs - Recognising road signs as far ahead as possible gives you a good warning of what to prepare for. Could be a sharp bend, road humps, lane merge, no right turn, school zone etc.
Road Law - If second guessing who has right of way on the road because laws do change, check out the road rules in the ‘Road To Solo’ handbook.
Forward Planning - Don’t watch the cars just in front of you. Do watch them but also keep looking 1 or 2 kilometres up the road? Driving is so much safer if working out what’s happening early so you can prepare early.
Night time driving - Great indicators to help you identify where the road goes in the country at night and also city driving.
Reverse Park - There is a simple formula for reverse parking that will get you into very tight spots, works every time.
3 Point Turns - There are two types of 3 point turns, gutter or driveway.
Gap Selection - An easy indicator for keeping a safe distance from the vehicle in front, no matter what speed you are doing.
Scanning/Peripheral Vision - How to look for movement, whether it’s pedestrians or vehicles for early detection and risk aversion.
Safety Margin - How to work out when turning onto a road and vehicles are approaching, whether there is time to go or not. You cannot interfere with other vehicles or pedestrians when driving as dangerous and you will fail your test.
Turning Left or Right at Traffic Lights - Slip lanes and giving way to pedestrians, particularly when turning into or out of a street.
Position in marked & unmarked lanes - If your side of the road is wide enough for two vehicles side by side, where do you drive?
Lane Changing & Turns - What is the sequence we must follow prior to a lane change or turn?
City Driving & Hook Turns - How to perform a hook turn and why they exist.
Freeway Driving - How to enter & exit Freeways so we merge with traffic etc.
Angle Park - Are we allowed to reverse into them, can we reverse onto the opposite side of the road?
Shopping Centre parking - Do we know how to turn into parking bays and finishing in the middle of the bay without cutting the corner?
Hill Starts - Can we do a hill start without moving, using either the clutch to hold the car or the handbrake?
Bike/Bus/Parking Lanes - Are we allowed to enter these lanes when turning left into a street?
Give way oncoming, narrow St - What do you have to do if you have to pull over to let an oncoming car through? Very common cause of test fail.
Centre of the road turns - Do we know what the different options we have when turning right onto a road with a traffic island in the middle?
Courts - Do you know there are two types of courts that require different actions when turning around?
这些只是学习者在驾驶考试之前的两年学习中应该巩固的一些技能和知识，因此一旦他们通过驾驶考试并且正在独自驾驶，就可以使他们在旅途中更加安全（没人在他们旁边说：“当心。”）。 驾驶员必须意识到自己正在驾驶一种致命的武器，可以杀死或杀死该武器，并应承担在独自驾驶之前学习如何安全驾驶的责任。 -- 座椅位置-知道如何设置座椅以控制踏板并在发生事故时确保安全吗？ 后视镜-设置内后视镜时要注意什么？ 安全带-您可以进行几种调整，以使安全带舒适安全地贴合，以防万一发生事故？ 机舱控制/预驱动-如何使用去雾器，远光灯，挡风玻璃垫圈，危险信号灯等？如果没有，这是路测失败。 转向手的位置-推拉转向仍然是一项测试要求吗？由于已经在汽车中安装了安全气囊，手的位置是否仍然相同？ 齿轮-看着变速杆，将视线移开！有一种简单的方法，无需看就能知道您所使用的装备。 加速器，制动器，离合器-换档时接合离合器是否需要匹配转速？更换离合器很贵！ 起动/停止车辆-汽车是否需要处于空档才能启动或关闭？ 往返于路缘石-驶入和驶出路缘石时需要采取哪些安全措施？我们是停在排水沟中还是路上？ 手刹-手刹启动是否仍是驾驶测试的一部分，还是可以改用离合器摩擦点？Zhèxiē zhǐshì xuéxí zhě zài jiàshǐ kǎoshì zhīqián de liǎng nián xuéxí zhōng yīnggāi gǒnggù de yīxiē jìnéng hé zhīshì, yīncǐ yīdàn tāmen tōngguò jiàshǐ kǎoshì bìngqiě zhèngzài dúzì jiàshǐ, jiù kěyǐ shǐ tāmen zài lǚtú zhōng gèngjiā ānquán (méi rén zài tāmen pángbiān shuō:“Dāngxīn.”). Jiàshǐ yuán bìxū yìshí dào zìjǐ zhèngzài jiàshǐ yī zhǒng zhìmìng de wǔqì, kěyǐ shā sǐ huò shā sǐ gāi wǔqì, bìng yìng chéngdān zài dúzì jiàshǐ zhīqián xuéxí rúhé ānquán jiàshǐ de zérèn. -- Zuò yǐ wèizhì-zhīdào rúhé shèzhì zuò yǐ yǐ kòngzhì tàbǎn bìng zài fāshēng shìgù shí quèbǎo ānquán ma? Hòu shì jìng-shèzhì nèi hòu shì jìng shí yào zhùyì shénme? Ānquán dài-nín kěyǐ jìnxíng jǐ zhǒng tiáozhěng, yǐ shǐ ānquán dài shūshì ānquán de tiē hé, yǐ fáng wàn yī fà shēng shìgù? Jīcāng kòngzhì/yù qūdòng-rúhé shǐyòng qù wù qì, yuǎn guāng dēng, dǎng fēng bōlí diànquān, wéixiǎn xìnhàodēng děng? Rúguǒ méiyǒu, zhè shì lù cè shībài. Zhuǎnxiàng shǒu de wèizhì-tuīlā zhuǎnxiàng réngrán shì yī xiàng cèshì yāoqiú ma? Yóuyú yǐjīng zài qìchē zhōng ānzhuāngle ānquán qìnáng, shǒu de wèizhì shìfǒu réngrán xiāngtóng? Chǐlún-kànzhe biànsù gǎn, jiāng shìxiàn yí kāi! Yǒuyī zhǒng jiǎndān de fāngfǎ, wúxū kàn jiù néng zhīdào nín suǒ shǐyòng de zhuāngbèi. Jiāsùqì, zhìdòngqì, líhéqì-huàn dǎng shí jiēhé líhéqì shìfǒu xūyào pǐpèi zhuǎnsù? Gēnghuàn líhéqì hěn guì! Qǐdòng/tíngzhǐ chēliàng-qìchē shìfǒu xūyào chǔyú kòng dàng cáinéng qǐdòng huò guānbì? Wǎngfǎn yú lù yuánshí-shǐ rù hé shǐ chū lù yuánshí shí xūyào cǎiqǔ nǎxiē ānquán cuòshī? Wǒmen shì tíng zài páishuǐ gōu zhōng háishì lùshàng? Shǒushā-shǒushā qǐdòng shìfǒu réng shì jiàshǐ cèshì de yībùfèn, háishì kěyǐ gǎi yòng líhéqì mócā diǎn?
后视镜和后视镜-观察车内后视镜时，有一个明确的指示器，它可以告诉您在另一车道上的汽车是否与您安全距离，可以安全地更改车道。 左右转弯-是否知道将汽车摆在哪里转弯，以免使其他试图向另一个方向转弯的车辆不发黑？ 间隙和安全裕度-过于靠近车道右侧而不是中间位置非常危险。侧滑或迎面驶来的车辆也有可能这样做。您害怕撞到阴沟吗？ 档位选择-如何确定何时以及何时选择哪个档位。还有，什么告诉您何时不看转速表就换档？ 限速和合规性-上路时，寻找路标的通常位置是什么？您是否经常想念他们并且不知道速度限制是多少？ 道路标志-尽可能早地识别道路标志会为您准备什么做好警告。可能是急转弯，驼峰，行车道合并，无右转弯，学校区域等。 道路法-如果由于法律确实发生变化而第二次猜测谁在道路上拥有通行权，请查看“独奏之路”手册中的道路规则。 前瞻性计划-不要看着前面的汽车。既看他们又在路上继续寻找1或2公里？如果能尽早发现发生的事情，驾驶起来会更加安全，这样您就可以尽早做好准备。 夜间行车-强大的指标可帮助您确定夜间道路在乡间的行驶方向以及城市行驶的方向。 反向停车-反向停车有一个简单的公式，可让您进入非常狭窄的地方，每次都能使用。 三点转弯-三点转弯有两种类型，装订线或车道。 间隙选择-一种简便的指示器，无论您以何种速度行驶，都可与前方车辆保持安全距离。 扫描/周边视觉-如何查找运动，无论是行人还是车辆，以进行早期发现和规避风险。 安全裕度-无论有没有时间，在驶上道路和车辆驶近时如何解决。危险驾驶时，您不能干扰其他车辆或行人，否则您的考试将失败。 在交通信号灯处左转或右转-滑行道并让行人通行，特别是在进出街道时。Hòu shì jìng hé hòu shì jìng-guānchá chē nèi hòu shì jìng shí, yǒu yīgè míngquè de zhǐshì qì, tā kěyǐ gàosù nín zài lìng yī chēdào shàng de qìchē shìfǒu yǔ nín ānquán jùlí, kěyǐ ānquán de gēnggǎi chēdào. Zuǒyòu zhuǎnwān-shìfǒu zhīdào jiāng qìchē bǎi zài nǎlǐ zhuǎnwān, yǐmiǎn shǐ qítā shìtú xiàng lìng yīgè fāngxiàng zhuǎnwān de chēliàng bù fā hēi? Jiànxì hé ānquán yù dù-guòyú kàojìn chēdào yòu cè ér bùshì zhōngjiān wèizhì fēicháng wéixiǎn. Cè huá huò yíngmiàn shǐ lái de chēliàng yěyǒu kěnéng zhèyàng zuò. Nín hàipà zhuàng dào yīngōu ma? Dàng wèi xuǎnzé-rúhé quèdìng hé shí yǐjí hé shí xuǎnzé nǎge dàng wèi. Hái yǒu, shénme gàosù nín hé shí bù kàn zhuǎnsù biǎo jiù huàn dǎng? Xiàn sù hé hé guī xìng-shànglù shí, xúnzhǎo lùbiāo dì tōngcháng wèizhì shì shénme? Nín shìfǒu jīngcháng xiǎngniàn tāmen bìngqiě bù zhīdào sùdù xiànzhì shì duōshǎo? Dàolù biāozhì-jǐn kěnéng zǎo de shìbié dàolù biāozhì huì wèi nín zhǔnbèi shénme zuò hǎo jǐnggào. Kěnéng shì jí zhuǎnwān, tuófēng, xíngchēdào hébìng, wú yòu zhuǎnwān, xuéxiào qūyù děng. Dàolù fǎ-rúguǒ yóuyú fǎlǜ quèshí fāshēng biànhuà ér dì èr cì cāicè shéi zài dàolùshàng yǒngyǒu tōngxíng quán, qǐng chákàn “dúzòu zhī lù” shǒucè zhōng de dàolù guīzé. Qiánzhān xìng jìhuà-bùyào kànzhe qiánmiàn de qìchē. Jì kàn tāmen yòu zài lù shàng jìxù xúnzhǎo 1 huò 2 gōnglǐ? Rúguǒ néng jǐnzǎo fāxiàn fāshēng de shìqíng, jiàshǐ qǐlái huì gèngjiā ānquán, zhèyàng nín jiù kěyǐ jǐnzǎo zuò hǎo zhǔnbèi. Yèjiān xíngchē-qiángdà de zhǐbiāo kě bāngzhù nín quèdìng yè jiàn dàolù zài xiāngjiān de xíngshǐ fāngxiàng yǐjí chéngshì háng shǐ de fāngxiàng. Fǎn xiàng tíngchē-fǎn xiàng tíngchē yǒu yīgè jiǎndān de gōngshì, kě ràng nín jìnrù fēicháng xiázhǎi dì dìfāng, měi cì dōu néng shǐyòng. Sān diǎn zhuǎnwān-sān diǎn zhuǎnwān yǒu liǎng zhǒng lèixíng, zhuāngdìng xiàn huò chē dào. Jiànxì xuǎnzé-yī zhǒng jiǎnbiàn de zhǐshì qì, wúlùn nín yǐ hé zhǒng sùdù xíngshǐ, dōu kě yǔ qiánfāng chēliàng bǎochí ānquán jùlí. Sǎomiáo/zhōubiān shìjué-rúhé cházhǎo yùndòng, wúlùn shì xíngrén háishì chēliàng, yǐ jìnxíng zǎoqí fāxiàn hé guībì fēngxiǎn. Ānquán yù dù-wúlùn yǒu méiyǒu shíjiān, zài shǐ shàng dàolù hé chēliàng shǐ jìn shí rúhé jiějué. Wéixiǎn jiàshǐ shí, nín bùnéng gānrǎo qítā chēliàng huò xíngrén, fǒuzé nín de kǎoshì jiāng shībài. Zài jiāotōng xìnhàodēng chù zuǒ zhuǎn huò yòu zhuǎn-huáxíng dào bìng ràng xíngrén tōngxíng, tèbié shì zài jìnchū jiēdào shí.
在有标记和无标记的车道上的位置-如果您的路边足够宽，可以并排放置两辆车，那么您将在哪里行驶？ 换道和转弯-在换道或转弯之前我们必须遵循的顺序是什么？ 城市驾驶和弯钩-如何进行弯钩以及它们为什么存在。 高速公路驾驶-如何进入和退出高速公路，以便我们与交通等融合 角度公园-我们是否可以倒车进入它们，我们可以倒车到路的另一侧吗？ 购物中心停车场-我们是否知道如何在不增加弯道的情况下变成停车位并在中间停车？ 爬坡起跑-我们可以使用离合器握住汽车或手刹而不移动而进行爬坡起跑吗？ 自行车/公交车/停车车道-左转进入街道时，我们是否可以进入这些车道？ 驶入狭窄的St迎面驶来-如果您必须停下来让迎面驶来的汽车通过，该怎么办？测试失败的常见原因。 道路中心转弯-当我们右转到中间有交通岛的道路时，我们是否知道有哪些不同的选择？ 法院-您知道有两种法院在转身时需要采取不同的行动吗？Zài yǒu biāojì hé wú biāojì de chēdào shàng de wèizhì-rúguǒ nín de lù biān zúgòu kuān, kěyǐ bìngpái fàngzhì liǎng liàng chē, nàme nín jiàng zài nǎlǐ háng shǐ? Huàn dào hé zhuǎnwān-zài huàn dào huò zhuǎnwān zhīqián wǒmen bìxū zūnxún de shùnxù shì shénme? Chéngshì jiàshǐ hé wān gōu-rúhé jìnxíng wān gōu yǐjí tāmen wèishéme cúnzài. Gāosù gōnglù jiàshǐ-rúhé jìnrù hé tuìchū gāosù gōnglù, yǐbiàn wǒmen yú jiāotōng děng rónghé jiǎodù gōngyuán-wǒmen shìfǒu kěyǐ dàochē jìnrù tāmen, wǒmen kěyǐ dàochēdàolù de lìng yī cè ma? Gòuwù zhòng xīn tíngchē chǎng-wǒmen shìfǒu zhīdào rúhé zài bù zēngjiā wān dào de qíngkuàng xià biàn chéng tíngchē wèi bìng zài zhōngjiān tíngchē? Pá pō qǐpǎo-wǒmen kěyǐ shǐyòng líhéqì wò zhù qìchē huò shǒushā ér bù yídòng ér jìnxíng pá pō qǐpǎo ma? Zìxíngchē/gōngjiāo chē/tíngchē chēdào-zuǒ zhuǎn jìnrù jiēdào shí, wǒmen shìfǒu kěyǐ jìnrù zhèxiē chē dào? Shǐ rù xiázhǎi de St yíngmiàn shǐ lái-rúguǒ nín bìxū tíng xiàlái ràng yíngmiàn shǐ lái de qìchē tōngguò, gāi zěnme bàn? Cèshì shībài de chángjiàn yuányīn. Dàolù zhōngxīn zhuǎnwān-dāng wǒmen yòu zhuǎn dào zhōngjiān yǒu jiāotōng dǎo de dào lù shí, wǒmen shìfǒu zhīdào yǒu nǎxiē bùtóng de xuǎnzé? Fǎyuàn-nín zhīdào yǒu liǎng zhòng fǎyuàn zài zhuǎnshēn shí xūyào cǎiqǔ bùtóng de xíngdòng ma?
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How to Enter a Roundabout
How To Enter A Roundabout
We should approach a roundabout at a speed we can observe what the other traffic is doing in and also approaching the roundabout so we can assess whether or not we have to stop or can keep going. All vehicles in the roundabout have right of way.
We too often see vehicles stopping at roundabouts when there is no need to. The reason this happens generally is because the driver has not worked out whether he needs to stop or not prior to arriving at the roundabout.
This can cause an accident if the driver behind isn’t expecting the vehicle in front of him to stop, as there’s no reason to be stopping.
A simple method in doing this early is to do it in the following order.
CHECK ONCOMING VEHICLES: Before arriving at the roundabout, look for traffic approaching the roundabout from the opposite direction and if they are indicating to turn right, then you may have to give way to them if arriving at the roundabout at the same time as yourself. But if the oncoming vehicles are turning left or going straight ahead, then it has no effect on you entering the roundabout.CHECK TO THE RIGHT: Check to your right as you approach the roundabout and then again as you near the roundabout and in time to stop at the stop line if there is a vehicle approaching on your right or already entering the roundabout.CHECK TO THE LEFT: Once you know it is safe to enter the roundabout, then a quick look to the left incase a vehicle isn’t going to stop and give way to you, so you can stop to avoid an accident.
Remember, you must approach an intersection at a speed to be able to stop to avoid an accident. No matter who is in the right or wrong.
Which Lane to Finish In
Which Lane To Finish In?
If turning left or right, you can now finish in any lane as long as the road you are turning out of doesn’t have more than one turning lane.
eg…If you turn out of a single turning right lane, you can turn into the right, middle or left lane. It would make sense to finish in the left lane if you were going to turn left at the next street. Or if there were parked cars, then it would be best to finish in the right or middle lane.
A Safe Lane Change
A Safe Lane Change
The correct order of performing a safe lane change is as follows:
Check your mirrors first prior to indicating. If a vehicle in the lane you are intending to merge into is closing the gap then you shouldn’t be indicating as you don’t want to frighten them into thinking you are going to move into them.The only time we should indicate is if we can see the car in the other lane in our internal mirror and can see both its headlights, then it is at a safe distance from you and you can indicate or if the vehicle is next to you.By doing this the other driver you could see in your internal mirror will see your indicator in time to work out what your intentions are. For the driver who is next to you, he won’t be able to see your indicator at all and therefor won’t be effected.Once it is safe to indicate, then the indicator must be operating for a minimum of 3 seconds prior to moving (consider having the indicator operating long enough for other drivers to firstly pick up your indicator is on, and then to work out what you are going to do before they can work out what they are going to do). So give them plenty of notice.The next is a Head Check to ensure your blind spot is clear before you move into the other lane.A good little exercise to confirm where your blind spot is, is to park on the side of the road and watch an approaching vehicle in your right mirror and note when it disappears out of your mirror. You will notice it was right next to your rear right door, out of your peripheral vision and mirror. That’s why we can’t afford not to do a head check.If we make this lane changing process a habit, it will mean using this same habit for whenever we are turning left or right, pulling into or out of the kerb, turning around at the end of a court. It is the same process for whenever we are diverging or turning.
Giving Way To Pedestrians When Turning Left or Right
Giving Way To Pedestrians When Turning Left or Right
Too many drivers fail to to give way to pedestrians when turning at an intersection.
If you are turning left or right out of a street or into a street, you must give way to pedestrians.
Too often at T intersections we see drivers not stopping and continuing their turn without any consideration of the dangers.
A good rule is if you can’t see far enough up the road to the left and right prior to reaching the intersection, then always stop.
If you are too busy looking to the right without stopping at the T intersection, you may run over a pedestrian or child on a bike whom you should be stopping and giving way to. The car approaching on your left may be on the incorrect side of the road because of parked cars and have a head on collision.
Under these circumstances, if you kill a pedestrian or a motorist, you will be charged with Culpable Driving.
Is it worth the risk just to save a split second.
The law is you must approach an intersection at a speed that you can stop to avoid an accident.
Doesn’t matter who is in the right or wrong, we want to avoid injury and damage.
‘U’ Turn Must Give Way To Everything
‘U’ Turn Must Give Way
When doing a ‘U’ Turn, you must give way to all pedestrians and all vehicles.
You must give way to everything, even vehicles in a side street turning into the road you are already on or a vehicle turning left in slip lane into the road you are already on.
Keeping it simple, you must give way to everything!
Must give way to Pedestrians, Vehicle A and Oncoming Vehicles (Give way to everything)
Must give way to Pedestrians, Vehicles in Slip Lane turning left and Oncoming Vehicles (Give way to everything)
VicRoads Driving Instructors Booklet on the drive test.
VicRoads Test Criteria for Driving Instructors
VicRoads Driving Instructors Booklet on the drive test.
Explains in detail requirements to drive safely to pass a test, including the drive test and its two parts.
Follow this link to download the booklet
Road Rules for Victoria
Road To Solo Handbook is the road rules for Victoria, listed in different languages.