SHOCKING footage has emerged of a disastrous driving lesson.
CCTV footage shows the learner's attempt at parallel parking end in carnage as she rams a parked car in Bradford, West Yorks.
The chaos sees a resident come out of her home to work out what had happened before she retreats back inside.
After a moment of stunned silence the instructor gets out of the car and appears to walk away.
But he was actually walking around the parked car to survey the full extent of the damage.
As the instructor looks on in disbelief, the learner slams her foot down again.
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On this occasion, the car mounts the pavement and smashes into a gatepost.
At this point the instructor is waving his arms wildly, appearing to beg the learner to stop.
TikTok users responded with attempts at humour.One said: "You have passed."
One said: "That’s why you should always go with a proper instructor who has dual control pedals."
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And: "I thought the instructor was about to give up and walk away."
Meanwhile, one woman who "catastrophically failed" her driving test finally passed using a clever hack.
Emma Cannon, 22, from Wiltshire, broke down in tears after going over the speed limit during her first attempt in her hometown.
The singer, otherwise known as Elkie, failed her test with three majors and thought she would "never pass" – until she worked out the way to success.
Driving experts have revealed some of the reasons why learners failed their test.
Candidates often failed to navigate roundabouts properly and sometimes infringed upon bus lanes.
Some learners also failed because they drove too slowly, and others were failed for lifting a hand from the wheel to thank another driver.
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