Scarlett Moffatt praying to pass driving theory test on 14th attempt

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Watch: Scarlett Moffatt takes on GMB driving theory questions

Scarlett Moffatt answered an array of driving theory test questions on Good Morning Britain as she prepared for her latest attempt at the exam.

Moffatt has previously spoken about failing her driving test 13 times and is due to front a new BBC show in which she helps other struggling learners to pass.

After promoting her appearance on religion-based programme Pilgrimage, she was put through her paces by GMB presenters Richard Madeley and Kate Garraway on Wednesday's show.

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When asked by Madeley why she fails her test so frequently, Moffatt joked: "I don't know. If I knew that, I'd probably pass, Richard."

Scarlett Moffatt has struggled to get through her driving test, so far trying 13 times. (Eamonn M. McCormack/Getty)
Scarlett Moffatt has struggled to get through her driving test, so far trying 13 times. (Eamonn M. McCormack/Getty)

The former Gogglebox star was able to answer a question about speed limits before being asked if she could explain the meaning behind a trio of road signs.

Moffatt easily identified the sign for sidewinds, but hesitated when asked about the symbol for an uneven road.

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"It looks a bit provocative," she laughed before adding: "I think it's humps in the road."

The 31-year-old presenter then had no problem at all pointing out that the final sign represented a level crossing.

Scarlett Moffatt celebrated after correctly identifying road signs on 'Good Morning Britain'. (ITV)
Scarlett Moffatt celebrated after correctly identifying road signs on 'Good Morning Britain'. (ITV)

In March, the BBC announced that Moffatt will present the 10-part series Scarlett's Driving School, in which she tries to help other serial driving strugglers to finally succeed behind the wheel.

The hopefuls will go through a five-day intensive course overseen by expert instructors, looking to break the deadlock of their vehicular problems.

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Moffatt said she was "over the moon" to host the show, adding: "Having failed my driving test 13 times I know exactly how these learners feel and how much strain it puts on the person teaching you — no one will get in a car with me anymore.

"I hope that that my new show will give us all the confidence to finally rip up those L plates and hit the road."

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