It’s called a 2 point-turn for a reason. You will need to stop the car twice during the manoeuvre. The first time is just after you have signalled you intention of wanting to back up into a driveway. The second time is when you pulled into the driveway and are ready to proceed down the same road you initially came from. Here are some things you want to be aware of when performing a 2-point turn. You want to choose a wise location to perform the manoeuvre (i.e. somewhere mid-block so you are away from intersections). You will want to signal your intention a few second prior to make a full stop. You will want to check your rear-view mirror for any cars or road-users approaching. You’ll want to put the vehicle into reverse as soon as safely possible to have those reverse lights come on and indicate your intention of backing up soon. You’ll want to steer all the way to the direction of the driveway. Before you ease your foot off the brake pedal you will want to perform a complete 360 check, followed by looking out your rear window when backing up. Remember to glance over to the front of the vehicle and your side mirrors a couple of times to ensure that your surroundings have remained clear at all times. Once you are backed into the driveway and the vehicle is parallel with the side of the driveway, you’ll want to signal in the direction that that you now intend to move in, place the gear selector into drive and proceed with caution. Remember, during your road test, the point of this exercise is not to see if you can place the car into different gears and turn the steering wheel. The examiner is trying to see if you can perform the maneuver in a safe manner. This means, are you signaling your intention, are you checking your surroundings before moving your foot off the brake, and are you looking in the direction of travel (both when you are in reverse and when you are in drive).