I had one of these moments today.... Went for my medium rigid truck licence. It was a four hour course with written test and practical test included at the end. After 3 or so hours of practicing around the streets of Dandy I felt like I had it all under control. Practised reversing, cornering, lane changing, parking etc. etc. Didn't really put a foot wrong apart from missing a gear once but of all the instant fail points I didn't do any of them. When it came to the written test, passed pretty easily. Couple wrong and a few guessed answers but passed in the end. :wink: Then came the practical test. Half an hour of driving around streets with tester aboard. First up, reversing test: completed no dramas. Next, out on the streets to do a park: easy done. Lane change: tick. By this stage I was pretty confident, had done about 20 or so minutes of driving and had completed most of the testers criteria satisfactorily........ Until at a T-intersection doing a left hand turn on the route back to the depot. Didn't swing out far enough and just clipped the inside kerb with the back left wheel. INSTANT FAIL. Was absolutely devastated. Forked out an extra 110 smackeroos for a retest on Friday but now my confidence is shot. Maybe thats what is was, just a little too much confidence so I took my eye off the ball for second. But anyway it was one of those moments I would have just loved to give myself a good smack around the earhole! "Goosfraba..........."