The majority of drivers would struggle to pass their test if they had to take another one tomorrow, a survey has found.
A total of 50 experienced drivers took a test in an experiment organised by car insurance company Direct Line, with more than three quarters of them failing.
On average, the qualified drivers who retook their test committed an average of 16 minor faults. Would-be drivers are only allowed 15 minor faults or they fail.
The worst offender clocked up 42 minors.
One motorist drove at 40mph in a 30mph zone, and another failed to see the kerb when doing a three-point turn.
One driver even failed to spot a pedestrian by not properly checking their blind spot, forcing the pedestrian to move back onto the pavement.
Good Morning Britain's Laura Tobin took to the roads to see if she could pass her driving test again.