I took my DMV behind the wheel test for the second today and I failed again today despite having no errors in all other sections with except for one error in the critical errors section. The same thing happened last time where I got a full score on all the other sections but got one CDE when the examiner intervened by slamming the brake. Should I go in my parents vehicle next time to avoid the examiner slamming the brakes? even my driving instructor finds the odds crazy. I was making a right turn on red today and a car was speeding in the lane closest to the curb. I made a full stop at the red light then inched forwards to stop again to get better sight. The road was curved so my visibility was not as good as usual but I decided to go as I saw that it was clear on the left and just as I accelerated a car came speeding at least 20 miles over the speed limit and my examiner freaked out and slammed the brakes. She had to give me an automatic fail as she slammed the brakes. Any advice on how I should prepare for a scenario like this if it were to occur on my next driving test??