How to deal with junctions uk driving test

When approaching a junction on a UK driving test, it is important to follow a few key steps to ensure a safe and successful manoeuvre:

  1. Identify the type of junction: Is it a T-junction, crossroads, roundabout, or something else? Knowing the type of junction will help you understand what to expect and how to proceed.
  2. Check for road signs and markings: Look for any road signs or markings that indicate the priority of the junction, such as give way or stop signs, and obey them accordingly.
  3. Use your mirrors: Check your mirrors to make sure it is safe to proceed.
  4. Signal in good time: Signal in good time to indicate your intention to turn or change lanes.
  5. Check for other road users: Look out for other road users, such as pedestrians, bicycles, and other vehicles, and make sure it is safe to proceed before entering the junction.
  6. Observe the “MSM routine” (Mirror, Signal, Manoeuvre) before entering and exiting the junction.
  7. Once you have safely exited the junction, cancel your signal.

By following these steps, you will be well-prepared to deal with junctions on your UK driving test.