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    UK driving test with Jo

    Jo feels ready to take a mock driving test.

    She has had 32 hours of driving lessons with no private practice.

    Jo has her UK driving test next week and wants to see how ready she is.

    If she doesn't pass this mock test then she'll probably have to cancel her driving test.

    Watch this video to gain valuable driving test tips and see what a UK driving test is like.

    The driving test lasts about 35-40 minutes.

    You're not allowed any more than 15 driving faults (minors) and no serious or dangerous faults.

    At the start of the driving test you would have to sign your name on a declaration form, read a number plate and then you'd have to answer two vehicle safety questions (show me tell me questions).

    This video is not showing a real driving test.

    Your driving test should include an angled start, a hill start and maybe a controlled stop (emergency stop).

    This is a mock test and NOT a real driving test.

    Your examiner might mark more faults or less faults than are shown in this video.

    Jo went on to pass her driving test the week after!

    Jo's driving test was conducted at the West Wickham driving test centre and follows a West Wickham driving test route.

    It includes some independent driving, 40 mph roads and a reverse around a corner.

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    Jo kindly gave us written permission to be filmed and published on YouTube.

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    It's recommended that you take professional driving lessons from a fully qualified driving instructor.

    This video is NOT an alternative to driving lessons and is only a rough guide.

    This video was filmed in the UK.

    Laws and rules in your country may vary.

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