A driving examiner is suing for £15,000 after he was hurt during the ‘worst exam in 12 years of having learners behind the wheel’.
Andrew Carmichael was testing Lisa Connolly when she braked suddenly, forcing another car to swerve to avoid a crash, he told the court. As a result, he developed whiplash.
Mr Carmichael said he recorded 14 faults with her driving, five serious and one dangerous. They included a three-point turn that became a ‘nine-point turn’. At one point, ‘the candidate braked severely with her left foot’.
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