How Many Faults Are Allowed On Driving Test?
If you commit more than 15 driving faults, or one serious or dangerous fault during your exam, you will fail the test. The examiner uses a numbered scale of 1-3 to mark each fault, with 3 being the most severe. An example of a level 3 fault would be running a red light, whereas forgetting to turn off your wipers would be classed as a level 1 offence.
If You Pass Your Driving Test
Congratulations on passing your driving test! Now, you need to send off your certificate and provisional driving licence to the Vehicle Standards Agency (DVLA) so they can update your records. You will then receive your full licence to replace your provisional licence.