pezdog said:Did mine at Ryde yesterday lol.....basically went down Victoria Road to gladesville then through Putney on Morrison Road and then through some back streets of West Ryde. Didnt have to do a reverse park luckily....but yea i passed
LOL!Pace_T said:no reverse park? and i thought the tests were suppose to get harder!
LOLcatzhernandez said:That might just have been an off- chance that reverse parking was not tested or the poster could be talking out of his ass. Have you heard of " hear-say"?
I don't think so since U-turns are generally illegal in NSW unless there is a sign saying otherwise.jasonml said:supposedly you could also be asked to do a U-turn. but havent heard ANYONE having to do one.
*Only at traffic lights.Riet said:I don't think so since U-turns are generally illegal in NSW unless there is a sign saying otherwise.
The reason they get you to do a 3 point turn is that it's harder than a U-Turn, so they assume if you can do a 3 point turn, you can also do a U-turn.Road User's Handbook said:U-TURNS
Take extra care when making U-turns as they can be dangerous. U-turns cannot be made:
- Where there is a NO U-TURN sign.
- Across any single unbroken (continuous) line or double centre lines, whether or not one line is broken.
- At traffic lights unless you see a U-TURN PERMITTED sign at the intersection.
- On motorways.
Well done.xJennax said:Yep I only got one point off for bumping the kerb in my reverse parallel park.