The term 'manoeuvre' can mean different things when it comes to driving. For example, to manoeuvre correctly out of a situaution could mean that you demonstrated good control with the foot pedals, steering and speed. However, if you are practicing a manoeuvre, it would mean to perform one of the driving manoeuvres either included in the driving test or not included.

What are the different driving test manoeuvres?

Included on the driving test:

  • Parallel park at the side of the road
  • Reverse parking into a bay
  • Parking forwards in a bay and reversing out
  • Pull up on the right-hand side of the road, reverse 2 car lengths then rejoin the traffic

Not included on the driving test but good to know:

  • Turn in the road
  • Reverse around a corner

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