The most common driving test failure reasons are: Bad Eyesight – Drivers who are unable to read a number placed from 60 feet. Improper precautions before starting the engine, like rolling backward and forward when starting the engine. Improper control on the clutch and the brake causing wheel spin. Failure to signal properly at road junctions, along with no use of mirrors. Difficulties in parallel parking or braking. Driving too slowly in a high speed lane. The bottom line is that you have to have enough experience before you take the driving test or you will not be issued your driving license. For more info, read “What to Do to Avoid Automatically Failing a Driving Test”.
For more info, see What to Do to Avoid Automatically Failing a Driving Test