So, my Ls run out in August and I'm realising I have to get myself ready to take the Ps test. I'm reasonably confident with my road riding, and while the weaves need a little work, I spent a long time in the early days mastering low speed, so I think I will be right with a little brush up. It's the U-turn that bothers me. I haven't been able to find anywhere to practice one where I feel confident enough to commit to it. I've been practising weaves on my road, which is a cul de sac with very little traffic, but it's too narrow to do a U-turn in a car and while I think I should be able to do one on the bike it is too tight an area for me to commit to it. Last time I tried I got almost the whole way around and then realised I was going to be short and dropped the bike. I was going too slow and I turned the handlebars too much. So anyway, now with the bike drop behind me I'm even more nervous about it. There are some small roundabouts in the area and I thought I could try doing U-turns around them, but they are in high traffic areas and I always chicken out. Any suggestions for mastering the U-turn? How big an area do I need? How fast/slow should I do it?