Driving tests

Can you drive if you’re blind in one eye?

Being blind in one eye means you have monocular vision. This makes it much more difficult to: Judge depth (3D vision) – this is worse within around 10 metres of the vehicle, which makes parking an issue Judge the speed

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Manoeuvring and parking at low speeds

The average company car endures between $1000-2000 of minor panel damage every three years. It’s a huge cost to a company. Some of that damage won’t be the fault of the driver, but much of it will be – scrapes

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Safer driving by anticipating other drivers’ movements

Safe driving is about anticipating what is going to happen before it actually happens. You don’t want to be a solely reactive driver because this puts you at more risk of being in a situation you can’t drive around. Fortunately

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