UK driving test 2015/2016 Top ten reasons for failing A Driving Test

This data set comes from data held by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA).

It isn’t classed as an ‘official statistic’. This means it’s not subject to scrutiny and assessment by the UK Statistics Authority.

Year 2015/16 Pass rate – 47.0% Tests passed with 0 faults – 14634 Top ten reasons for failing  Junctions (observation)  Mirrors – (change direction)  Control (steering)  Junctions (turning right)  Positioning (normal driving)  Move off (safely)  Move off (control)  Response to signals (traffic lights)  Reverse park (control)  Response to signals (road markings)