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SIGNALLING - HAND SIGNALS

HAND SIGNAL - TO TURN RIGHT

1. Check rear-view mirror(s) and blind spot to the right.

2. Signal intention using direction indicators.

3. Check blind spot to the right.

4. Extend right arm horizontally from shoulder with palm of hand to the front.

5. Retract arm in good time before braking and/or gear selection and before negotiating the turn.

6. Replace hand to appropriate position on steering wheel before braking, gear selection or steering.

Note A:

This signal shall be given in good time and for sufficient duration prior to braking, gear selection or steering. 

Note B:

This signal shall be used in conjunction with direction indicators, which shall be activated prior to the hand signal.

Note C:

The applicant shall not be requested to repeat this signal if carried out satisfactorily the first time.

If not carried out satisfactorily the first time, the applicant shall be requested to attempt to execute this signal once more.

Only two attempts shall be permissible, however, if not successful at the 2nd attempt penalty points shall again be allocated and the test continued.

HAND SIGNAL - TO TURN LEFT

1. Check rear-view mirror(s) and blind spot to the left.

2. Signal intention using direction indicators.

3. Check blind spot to the right.

4. Extend right arm sidewards from shoulder.

5. Turn forearm in a vertical and downward position from elbow.

6. Move forearm in a circular anti-clockwise motion.

7. Retract arm in good time.

8. Replace hand to appropriate position on steering wheel before braking, gear selection or steering.

Note A:

This signal shall be given in good time and for sufficient duration prior to braking, gear selection or steering.

Note B:

This signal shall be used in conjunction with direction indicators, which shall be activated prior to the hand signal.

Note C:

The applicant shall not be requested to repeat this signal if carried out satisfactorily the first time.

If not carried out satisfactorily the first time, the applicant shall be requested to attempt to execute this signal once more.

Only two attempts shall be permissible, however, if not successful at the 2nd attempt penalty points shall again be allocated and the test continued.

HAND SIGNAL - TO STOP OR FOR SUDDEN REDUCTION OF SPEED

1. Check rear-view mirror(s) and blind spot to the right.

2. Extend right arm sidewards from shoulder with forearm vertical and upward and with palm of hand to the front.

3. Retract arm in good time.

4. Replace hand to appropriate position on steering wheel before braking, gear selection or steering.

Note A:

This signal shall be given in good time and for sufficient duration prior to braking, gear selection or steering.

Note B:

Brake lights are a signal that can be kept on (especially at night) and it is not necessary to cancel these after the vehicle has been brought to a complete standstill.

Note C:

The applicant shall not be requested to repeat this signal if carried out satisfactorily the first time.

If not carried out satisfactorily the first time, the applicant shall be requested to attempt to execute this signal once more.

Only two attempts shall be permissible, however, if not successful at the 2nd attempt penalty points shall again be allocated and the test continued.