I'm quite sure that if less than half your car is not on the side of the road (using the front parked car as a guide) then you don't have to indicate (as shown below). [just pretend that the "<" are not there. They're just there because more than one press of the space bar doesn't seem to show on these forums.]Originally Posted by miche11e
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But if at least half your car is on the side, then yes indicate (as shown below).
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There are figures (like if you need to pull out more than 10m or something then you have to indicate), but I just like to use the above diagrams as indicators cause they're just easier to remember
If you're on a narrow road, then do indicate every time you pull out because I imagine that every time to pull in the let an opposite car pass you will have to pull in a substantial amount (i.e. more than the distance recommended that you don't have to indicate to pull out).
Good luck on your driving test