To give the Driving Road Test you should have the Lerner’s Permit with you
Tips to Follow to clear the Road Test:
- First Thing Examiner will ask – Indicators, Headlight with low beam and high Beam to turn On & Off, Horn, Checking front and back Indicators by telling us to signal, Asking where the wipers Located, Front Deforest and Back Deforest, Emergency Brake, Emergency Light Signalling, Step to Break and release.
- Reversing – See surrounding turn around your head once and check blind spots, While backing turn your head back and place one hand on the passenger seat with caution backing slowly by indicating right or left signal
- Reversing – Come back 3/4 straight, then turn tour steering, this is the perfect backing.
- Downhill parking – If there is a kerb roadside, First indicate your signal and move gently towards the kerb and complete rotate your steering towards the kerb. If no kerb away from it. And while you are moving from parking to drive mode, First thing to remember is to indicate your signal and once again check mirrors and blind spot.
- Uphill Parking – If there is kerb roadside, first Indicate your signal and move gently by checking the mirrors and blind spot. And turn your steering away from the kerb. If no kerb, opposite to road(towards kerb).
- Turns – While taking turns follow the marks on the road don’t take too short or too long. And move according to the traffic flow, No slow and fast turnings.
- Changing Lanes – Check the mirrors first and then blindspot and maintain the speed to change the lane.
- Roadside Parking – Do Not park in the entrance of the House, First thing to INDICATION signal, check Blind Spot and park close to the kerb and when you want to remove from parking also the first thing to indicate your signal and then move when it is safe.
- Stop Boards – when you see the stop sign board, Come to Complete STOP, before the white line.
- Tailgating – No tailgating is allowed, you will lose the points. You should always see the rear wheels of the vehicle in front of you.
- Steering – Hand on hand move.
- Speeding – Always check Speed Limit and move according to the traffic flow and limit.
Safe driving tips to help pass your road test:
STEERING – Steer smoothly whether you are driving straight ahead, turning or backing up.
ACCELERATION – Accelerate smoothly and moderately. Don’t race the engine or cause it to stall.
BRAKING – Bring the vehicle to a stop gently. Start braking well before your stopping position to avoid “jerky” stops. Make sure you stop your vehicle in the proper position of the lane.
CLUTCH/GEAR – Always be sure your vehicle is in the correct gear. With either an automatic or a manual transmission, shift into the proper gear at the right time without “grinding” the gears.
SPEED – Obey the posted speed limit, of course, but also adjust your speed properly due to weather, road, visibility and traffic conditions.
FOLLOWING DISTANCE Keep an adequate space “cushion” between your vehicle and those you are following. Use the “two-second rule” described in the Driver’s Manual. Be sure to increase your following distance in poor weather or visibility.
TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES – Know the meanings of signs, signals and pavement markings, and obey them consistently.
STOPPING POSITION – If a stop is required, stop your vehicle before it reaches an intersecting street. If stop lines or crosswalks are present, stop before crossing them. If your view is blocked after stopping behind the crosswalk, move up until you can clearly see your way, then stop again if necessary.
LANE SELECTION AND POSITION – Keep your vehicle in the proper traffic lane, especially when preparing to make turns. Don’t allow room for another vehicle to pass you on the side that you are turning toward.
COMMUNICATION – Let other drivers and pedestrians know which way you want to go. Use your directional signals or horn consistently and at the proper times.
OBSERVATION – Look for and identify potential problems or hazards in the traffic around you – not just straight ahead, but behind you and on either side. Check your mirrors frequently, but be sure to look over your shoulder behind you when changing lanes or backing up.
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