Reversing to be dropped from L-test?
- Three-point turns, too
- Time would be used to test learners in traffic
- Part of Tory plan
Reversing around a corner and three-point turns could be axed from the driving test - to make it harder for novice drivers to pass.
Under the Conservative Party plans, learner drivers would still have to prove they are capable of performing the manoeuvres with their instructor - before taking the test.
The 10 minutes saved by dropping these elements of the test would be dedicated to spending more time assessing a candidate's ability in traffic.
The Tory initiative was announced as the Government holds a consultation on a reform of the driving test.
Used cars for sale
Reviews and News
Our reviews are based on hard data and thorough testing in the real world.
Up to the minute news from around the globe