Observations are one of the key components of the POM (Prepare, Observe, Move) routine, which should be undertaken during every driving manoeuvre. During a driving test, the examiner pays close attention to the driver to ensure they are making the correct observations, which vary depending on which manoeuvre is being performed.
However, even outside of a test situation, the most perfectly performed manoeuvre can become a disaster if the driver fails to observe correctly.
Getting ready to sit your driving test means putting in plenty of practice. You’ll want to perfect the manoeuvres and get used to driving in
Wimbledon Driving School
The Long Lodge
265 – 269 Kingston Road
London, SW19 3NW
Phone: 0800 511 8800