Driving Standards Agency
Driving Test Marking System
All faults committed are graded into three categories:-
A Driving Fault is any error or any deviation from “Best practice” which does not involve any actual or potential danger
A Driving Fault is one that is not judged to be serious enough to fail a test on its own, but accumulating seven or more driving faults will result in failing the ADI Part 2 Test.
A Serious Fault is an error that involves potential danger, causing an unacceptable risk to either the test candidate or to other road users.
A Serious Fault is one that is judged to be important enough on its own to fail the test, even if it is the only fault committed on the test.
A Dangerous Fault is an error that involves actual danger, one dangerous fault will fail the test even if it is the only fault committed on the test.
Test Of Driving Ability ADI Part 2
ADI Part 2 Training Programme