ADI Part 2 – Test of Driving Ability
ADI Part 2 practical test of driving ability consists of an eyesight test and driving techniques test.
The eyesight test consists of reading a car number plate at a distance of 27.5 metres (90 feet). You can wear glasses or contact lenses if you require.
The ADI Part test of driving technique lasts for about one hour and is of an advanced nature – a very high standard of competence is required. You must show you have a thorough knowledge of the principles of good driving and road safety and that you can apply them in practice. In particular, you must satisfy the examiner on any or all of the following subjects:
This test is similar to a Advanced driving test and includes
Expert handling of the controls.
Use of correct road procedure.
Anticipation of other road users and the taking of appropriate action.
Sound judgement of distance, speed and timing.
Consideration for the convenience and safety of other road users.
For the Part 2 test we supply 10 – 15 hours, or as many as required, in-car training on a one-to-one basis to bring you up to the required standards. This training will run concurrently with your Part 1 training. The reason for this is that the advanced level of driving ability needs to become natural to the driver, and the more time allowed to practice this, the easier it becomes.
To see some videos covering the ADI PART 2 test click here http://driving-instructor.tv/part2