So your next driving lesson with turning right.

Turning right is similar to the left turn except in the other direction.

So as you are driving along the road you will be asked something like I would like you to take the next right.

Remembering the MSPSLM you go as follows when you turn right from the main road into a minor.

First, check your centre and right door mirror, then give a timely signal, you must then position yourselves towards the centre of the road.

As you are approaching your right turn start to slow down looking both for oncoming vehicles and vehicles emerging onto the road you are on.

Once you are in a position to turn right (front of the car at the centre of the road you are turning into). Look down the road you are turning into the proceed into the road with your manoeuvre. When on the new road remember to look in your mirrors to see if you have missed anything.

When you are emerging and turning right it is similar to the left turn.

You are driving along the road and you are asked to turn right at the end of the road.

The first thing you should do is check your centre and right door mirrors, Then in a timely manner signal right.

As you are approaching the end of the road you need to position yourselves to the centre of the road near the white line if there is one.

Once at the end of the road stop keeping looking both left and right to see if any vehicles are coming.

Once there is a gap for you to drive then make your way onto the new road, check your mirrors to see if you have missed anything then continue to drive.

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