Mr Instructor K53 Driving School

Learner's and Driver's Licensing the trusted way!


1. Depress clutch pedal.

2. Obtain clutch control.

3. Avoid unjustified "Slipping" of clutch.

4. Avoid unjustified "Riding" of clutch.

5. Avoid unjustified "Coasting".

6. Remove foot completely from clutch pedal except for purpose of gear changing, stopping, justified "Slipping", "Riding" or "Coasting".

7. Disengage clutch completely just before vehicle is brought to a complete standstill, without labouring or stalling engine.

Note A:

When coming to a stop, the brake pedal shall be depressed before disengaging the clutch, in order to prevent coasting.  This is not a requirement in stop-start traffic or when stopping on an incline.

Note B:

The foot may not rest on the clutch pedal whilst the vehicle’s engine is running except in stop-start traffic.

Note C:

If the applicant continuously “Rides” the clutch during the road test, he/she shall be penalized every 5 - 8 seconds for:


(1) Rides   ..................................................

The applicant shall remove his/her foot completely from the clutch pedal after stopping and selecting neutral.  Should the applicant not do so he/she shall be penalized every 5 - 8 seconds for:


(1) Rides ................................................

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