Driving On Outside Singapore Roads

If you are looking to pass your driving test Singapore with ease and you are a school student, your main concern would most likely be the outside roads instead – usually school students perform much better in the circuit and not as well as on outside roads –> Reason being that school driving students simply just get more practice inside the driving circuit while private driving instructors give more lessons on the outside so they usually perform better for outside Singapore roads driving.

Thus the following are some of the most awesome driving tips for acing your test and finally achieve and get your highly coveted driving license Singapore.

Here. Goes.

First of all, you want to always appear confident in front of the driving tester who is usually an ex Traffic Police employee. The last thing the driving tester wants to see is an non-confident person. You are going to drive on the actual roads without supervision in future, do you think the tester is going to let someone who is not even confident to drive on the roads?

Secondly, when you change lanes, signal and just change lanes. Don’t hesitate here and there and not move or swing your car about. This is about the worst mistake ever.

Lastly, don’t do stupid things such as driving super slowly as well. One honk from another driver for you doing something stupid means that you are awarded… an instant fail.

Driving Lesson 101: How To Make A 3 Point Turn

3 Point Turns are one of the hardest turns and requires great coordinating of your hands and eyes. You will need to turn the wheels swiftly, going on slow mode, and checking the surroundings. U turns are probably straight forward with one complete steerling of the wheels, but 3 point turns requires 2 opposite complete steerling of the wheels.

You can get a good private driving instructor here to coach you well. They will be able to teach you how to navigate around such a tight cornering.

One of the biggest difference you will find when learning how to perform a three point turn in Singapore during your driving lesson is that within the circuit, the ‘three point turn’ looks vastly different from a real one. This is because within the circuit such as the one at Singapore Ubi, there is a carpark lot for you to reverse into and change directions. In reality, there is seldom enough space for that, and is much tighter and no such thing as a ‘carpark’ space for you to reverse into for performing a three point turn.

Thankfully, with the advent of the Internet, you can easily learn such driving skills on the Internet to quickly supplement whatever your private driving instructor is teaching you in Singapore so that you can learn! Properly!

You can learn how to perform this handy maneuver through the video below!