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What is the Ohio maneuverability test?

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The Ohio maneuverability test involves two steps in a continuous motion. The person conducting the test tells the driver to go left or right for the test.

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The first step in this test involves driving straight through the cones, turn in the direction that the instructor states and stop when the rear bumper and the cones are parallel. The second step involves coming back out of the maneuverability course. Back out of the course until the front bumper is parallel with the first two cones at the entrance of the course. Drivers cannot knock over any cones or this is automatic failure.

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