THE most common reasons motorists are failing their driving test in the UK have been revealed by new DVSA data.
Every year millions of new motorists take the practical driving test to be able to get on the roads. It is estimated that pass rates across the UK dropped to around 46 per cent recently as it became harder with new rules introduced. Now the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has released a top 10 list of reasons why people failed the new driving test in its first year. The motoring body is urging motorists to take more time to precise their deriving techniques and skills before taking the test.
There is particular emphasis on focusing on the areas in which drivers are making these common errors which prevent them from passing.
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