In this section, we’re going to cover tutorials on T-junctions. T-junctions are the most common junction that you’ll encounter throughout your life as a driver. As a learner driver, you’ll need to spend a considerable amount of time gaining valuable driving experience at T-junctions.
We start learning about T-junctions by understanding the basics of what a T-junction is. This T-junction tutorial offers the starting basics for complete driver novices.
On your driving test, the examiner will take you through many different types of T-junctions. In this tutorial, we explain the different type of road markings that can be found at T-junctions and what they mean.
Junctions can be confusing and complex. Here we answer the question of who has right of way at a T-junction, plus a look at the different types of T-junctions that you’ll come across while learning to drive.
Not all T-junctions are the same. Some make use of traffic lights, others use signs and some T-junctions have absolutely nothing to warn drivers that they’re ahead. Here we provide tips on how to identify T-junctions.
Most driving tests are failed each and every year at junctions and one of the main reasons is due to an unsuitable speed. In this article we explain what speed you should aim for when approaching a T-junction.
A high amount of driving tests are failed every year due to test candidates not approaching T-junctions correctly. Here we explain how to correctly approach T-junctions by identifying and using driving routines.
During the practical driving test, examiners will test you over many types of T-junctions. Among other things, they will be observing how you position your car for turning left or right. This tutorial explains the correct road positions for turning left or right at T-junctions.
For many new learner drivers spatial awareness and understanding where their car is on the road is a challenge. For that, we use reference points. These reference points are used to help learner drivers in knowing where to stop at T-junctions.
Some T-junctions you must legally stop at, others you don’t have to. To determine this, you need to know the type of junction that you’re approaching and then determine what you can, or cannot see.
Here we explain whether or not you should use the parking brake / handbrake at T-junctions and if so, when to use it. We also look at the benefits of driving an automatic car at junctions.
In order to become a proficient driver and pass the driving test, you’ll need to be prepared for the various different types of hazards that you’ll encounter at T-junctions. This tutorial explains those hazards with diagrams.
This tutorial explains how turn turn left at a T-junction in an automatic car using the tried and tested methods and techniques used by driving instructors. Use these techniques when learning to drive and on the driving test.
We now move onto turning right at a T-junction in an automatic car. Turning right can be a little more challenging compared with turning left due to the need of crossing two lanes instead of one.