What is the correct Alley Docking procedure K53 drivers test

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What is the correct method of performing the Alley Docking procedure to pass the yard test for K53 practical drivers test ?
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Alley Docking test and procedure explained for license test
You will be instructed to position your car in the starting block, from which point you must reverse around a corner (poles) into the parking bay. You will be required to do this manoeuvre from both the right and from the left. You can not bump the curb or any obstacles. You may not change direction while executing this manouevre. You are allowed two attempts from each side.
  • Position car in the starting block, when instructed to do so. Select hand brake & neutral.
  • Check mirror and blind spot (to the side that you will be parking), select indicater.
  • Select reverse gear and obtain clutch control.
  • Do your 360 (full observation), from the opposite side to which you intend to turn.
  • Release park brake and move off.
  • Before you turn the steering wheel, check the opposite blindspot and steer into the parking bay, using your side mirrors to make judgements and wheel to make adjustments without touching any obstacles.
  • Position the car in the parking bay, and stop.
  • Select hand brake, neutral.
  • Cancel indicater if necessary.
You will be instructed to drive out of the parking bay into another demarcated area to perform the next manoeuvre. The full observation sequence(defensive driving procedure), as stated above, must be followed.
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