adi pst 3

PST 3 - TURN IN THE ROAD

pst3 turn in road

   * WHAT'S IT ABOUT

   To be able to make the pupil be able to turn the car around to face the opposite direction using forward and reverse gears -- This is not a 3 point turn!

   *DO I HAVE TO DRIVE FROM THE TEST CENTRE

  No, the pupil is at the partly trained stage - Can do turns, emerges etc but never done this before.

   *WHERE DO I DO THE BRIEFING?

  At the site the examiner will drive you there. Remember the test is on the turn in the road, if he's made mistakes in his normal driving apart from clutch or steering faults, which of course he'll need in this, then IGNORE the rest.


   *WHAT ARE SOME FAULTS?

   Steering too slow - Clutch too high, so you zoom off, lack of observations, Not judging focal points or being told them!


 Turning the Vehicle Round in the Road

This exercise will be introduced to the PDI by the examiner saying: “I would like you to
instruct me in turning the vehicle round in the road, assuming that I am at the partly trained
stage.”


Turn in Road: The PDI should deal with this exercise from the aspects of technique (coordination
of controls and steering) safety (proper observations.) completing accurately
using the full width of the road and avoiding kerb.


PST 3 BRIEFING

1 - Why? Dead End Road, Crash in the road ahead and police are turning everyone around

2 - Safe, Legal, Convienient - Safe....Not on brow of hill or sharp bend, Legal ..... Not where you see these signs (1 way road and U-turn)

3 - Importance of Obs - Children playing etc

4 - Camber of road - Which side are the drains on? This tells you which way your camber or gradient or slope is running

5 - What to do if cars turn up - Sit and make eye contact, look at wheels of other cars moving? or Waiting?


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