Being able to provide a good level of commentary takes practice. Some common traps that people can fall into with their commentary are:
People who are inexperienced with providing a commentary can feel a little overwhelmed at the thought of talking out loud for a length of time and often don’t know how begin.
Having a starting place with your commentary is essential. It allows you to ease into your commentary and stops you from getting tongue-tied or equally, not knowing where to begin so you end up saying nothing.
One suggestion is to begin by setting the scene. Include things like:
This way you are setting the scene and describing to your assessor that you have noted the current driving conditions and will drive accordingly.