Students may fail their learners driving test for a number of reasons. Knowing what to expect in advance and the most common mistakes that student drivers make can help them to increase their chances of passing the test on the first try. The driving test in NSW is similar to test in other Australian states except for a difference in blindspot checks before you turn in either direction. One of the main mistakes that new drivers make on the test is that they disobey traffic signals, signs and road markings.
In order to avoid this common mistake, you should make sure that you have an excellent understanding of what every regulatory sign, road marking and traffic signal means and what road rules they signal in different situations. For example, many student drivers fail a test due to simple mistakes like failing to stop at red traffic lights with a full stop behind the line.