A person must show that she can handle a motor vehicle responsibly and with good control in order to pass a driving test. Drivers must demonstrate to the Department of Motor Vehicle's examiner the ability to practice safe driving techniques while taking the road test.Continue Reading
Adequate preparation increases a driver's chances of passing the road test. After taking the vision and computer-based knowledge tests, drivers should have many hours of on-the-road driving practice. Minors are required to take approved training courses and accrue a specific number of driving hours, including night driving, before they take a road test. The required number of hours differs from state to state.
Safe driving techniques include the ability to steer the car, obey traffic signals, accelerate smoothly, stop the car gently, follow at a safe distance, and keep enough space from another vehicle. Drivers are likely to pass the road test if they adhere to these rules while practicing for the test. Picking up bad habits while learning to drive makes it difficult to drop these habits on test day.
Drivers should also solicit suggestions and advice from experienced drivers to learn from their mistakes. Correcting mistakes early increases a driver's chances of passing the road exam.Learn more about DMV & Records