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Your examiner will ask you to pull up on the right-hand side of the road when it is safe to do so, before reversing back for two car lengths and then safely getting back onto the road.
To safely demonstrate pulling up on the right, you should first find a safe location, avoiding driveways, bends or junctions and where minimal disruption is created other drivers. It is also important to make sure you have a full view around you where you decide to pull over.
Use your mirrors, signal and then manoeuvre to safely pull over to the right, checking that no one is in your blindspots first. If you fail to check your blindspots, you will unfortunately fail your test. Pull up to a safe place and get your vehicle parallel with the kerb before stopping the car in order to prevent any obstruction to oncoming vehicles. Stop the car and pull up your handbrake.
When pulling away, check your blindspots and your mirrors before slowly reversing back for two car lengths, before stopping and putting the handbrake back up. Once it is safe, indicate left and safely move away and rejoin the road.