How to avoid overspeeding in Road Test in BC?
What is over-speeding?
In layman terms over-speeding is driving 55, when you are in 50 zone or 40 in a 30 zone.
How to avoid over-speeding?
- Follow the speed limit signs properly, specially in school zone area, If the speed limit is 30, drive 30, not 35 km/hr.
Technically, going 31 km/hr in a 30 km zone is illegal and examiners can fail you even though you did well in all other sections of the test.
- Don’t blindly follow the speeding traffic on roads. Lets say you follow someone on highway/freeway where drivers have a tendency to speed.
- Focused too much on controlling the speed of vehicle and continuously looking at speedometer.
If you have sufficient experience, you should be able to tell what 50 feels like without looking. You must show the examiner that you know what the speed limit is and are willing to accept and obey it regardless of the behaviour of other traffic.
We at Brar Driving school surrey, teach you all the basics so that you can avoid the over speeding issues.
Contact Mr Brar (604-807-0203) for more details.