I am a PT package handler. I got the bid for a FT driver position, passed my DOT physical, and took my road test today. Failed by one mark. I was told prior to my test to make sure I took wide enough turns to avoid the curbs. I was then told he would tell me something once, and if he had to tell me twice he'd give me a mark. He marked me on two hands when I know he didn't have to tell me after the first time. I made wide enough turns, but then marked me for "too wide" of turns even though I was still in my lane. Also, gave me alot of marks saying the clutch was grinding too much for him. Oldest truck in the fleet, had to toy with the clutch to get the gear to fall into place. (Even another driver made a comment when he walked by about how ty the truck was that he was testing in) Didn't stall once and was in control of the vehicle the whole time, did not hit a curb, went on the highway, went through two construction zones, backed the truck into the hub perfectly fine. Still failed by one mark..Being told that if someone else fails I can retake the test. Really frustrated, does this sound like something I can contest? Or am I just screwed?