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#1 Thursday 28th October 2010 18:34:28

daz6215
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Registered: Saturday 7th June 2008
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Steering

Quick question, is it worth mentioning steering on a fleet check test, Real world I would'nt make an issue unless it was inaccurate and dangerous!!!

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Thursday 28th October 2010 18:34:28

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#2 Thursday 28th October 2010 19:03:17

AndyLawton
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From: Chesterfield
Registered: Thursday 23rd September 2010
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Re: Steering

I got pulled on a CT for not mentioning that their was a 3rd person in the car and how it would effect the car. I had done this prior to the CT starting with the student before the SE got in as I was advised not to mention or take notice of the SE in the car.
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#3 Friday 29th October 2010 21:52:27

helee
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Registered: Sunday 12th November 2006
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Re: Steering

I had CT in the week and examiner was putting hand under steering wheel with twisted arm. Mentioned it several times but didnt badger him. Mentioned air bags etc In my opinion it had to be mentioned. I explained I wasn't going to cure these habit faults in our session but he needed to work on them

I got a 6 do you think I would have if I didnt mention the steering?

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#4 Saturday 30th October 2010 05:07:02

daz6215
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Re: Steering

Thanks guys much appreciated!

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#5 Saturday 30th October 2010 22:55:22

Matterhorn
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Registered: Wednesday 28th October 2009
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Re: Steering

Only when you have assessed the delegates/examiners driving can you determine what the key risk area's are. 

 

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