Q:

What are the Ohio maneuverability test measurements?

A:

Quick Answer

As of September 2014, the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles gives the following dimensions for the maneuverability test: a box measuring 9 feet by 20 feet and a point marker 20 feet ahead and aligned with the center of the box.

Continue Reading

Full Answer

The maneuverability test has two stages. In the first stage the person being tested has to steer to the right or left of the point marker as directed by the examiner, stopping when the rear bumper of the car is even with the point marker and generally parallel with the course. The second stage requires the person being tested to drive in reverse back to the starting position in the box.

Learn more about DMV & Records
Sources:

Related Questions

  • Q:

    How do you use a Road Test Scheduling System?

    A:

    Though each state operates its own system for scheduling and managing road tests, most require driver's to visit the website for that state's Department of Motor Vehicles and provide a name and licence or permit number and then choose an available date for the appropriate test. Some states may require customers to fill out prescreening applications or visit external sites to manage appointments and verify identify.

    Full Answer >
    Filed Under:
  • Q:

    How do you make an appointment for a DMV road test?

    A:

    Call, email or visit the website for your state's Department of Motor Vehicles to establish an appointment for your driving test. Some states, such as California and Florida, permit online scheduling of appointments, while some states require you to call or send an appointment request in an email.

    Full Answer >
    Filed Under:
  • Q:

    How do you schedule a driving test at the DMV?

    A:

    Driver’s test appointments can be made either over the phone or online, depending on the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles. Contact the state or local DMV to make an appointment.

    Full Answer >
    Filed Under:
  • Q:

    Is it possible to take the California DMV test in Arabic?

    A:

    The California Department of Motor Vehicles offers written and audio tests in many languages other than English, including an Arabic version of the written driver's knowledge test. The California DMV does not offer the audio test in the Arabic language, as of 2015.

    Full Answer >
    Filed Under:

Explore