What Are Some Different Types of Virtual Driving Tests?


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Ford Motor Company’s Driving Skills for Life, Toyota’s Heads Up and the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles' interactive tutorial are three driving simulators for beginning driving students. The Vermont website requires a free registration before students access the simulation.

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Using the tutorials through Vermont’s DMV, beginning drivers review videos and information about the rules of the road and driving techniques for different driving situations. After completing the detailed course, a practice simulation unlocks that tests students’ knowledge of the material presented in the six chapters and 15 lessons.

Driving Skills for Life’s DSFL Experience and 5 O’clock Challenge simulation games give students practice situations for avoiding accidents and testing rush hour traffic driving skills. Toyota’s Heads Up simulation puts driving skills to the test in a highway situation, challenging students to navigate a course with other vehicles on the road.

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