You won't have to do a three-point turn but you will have to follow your sat nav if you sit your driving practical test from next Monday.
The new test by the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) is designed to reflect modern driving challenges.
Hence outdated, rarely-used manoeuvres such as the reverse around a corner have been dropped while skills such as parking on the right side of the road have been added.
DVSA Chief Driving Examiner, Lesley Young, said: “DVSA’s priority is to help you through a lifetime of safe driving.
“New drivers are most at risk during the first few months of driving after they pass their test. We need to encourage more practice on a wider range of roads and traffic situations to reduce that risk.
“Changing the test to be more realistic to real life driving will better prepare drivers to keep safe.”
Some 222,000 learner drivers are already booked in to take the new test.
Here's what's been axed and what's been added.
You won't have turn around in the road anymore. Perhaps it's because performing one halts the flow of traffic?
Reverse around a corner
A manoeuvre that hardly any driver uses. Good riddance.
20 minutes' independent driving
This used to be 10 minutes.
Following directions from a sat nav
How did we manage before sat navs? We stopped in a lay-by and strained our eyes over a road map in a bid to work out where we were. Then we got lost again.
Answering a vehicle safety question while driving
It's not much use passing a theory test if you can't remember it while driving.
Pulling up on the right-hand side of the road and reversing two car lengths
Not sure about this one.
Reversing out of a parking bay
We don't all reverse into a parking bay so it makes sense if we can safely reverse out of one.