Secrets to Passing the DMV Test: Part 3
Once you have completed some initial practice being the wheel on your neighborhood side streets, it is time to begin practicing on main streets. For a new driver the main roads can seem a little intimating at first but not worry, if you have practiced and studied the rules than you will fair just fine. As you may or may not be aware, depending on the time of day in which you are driving you will find a unique set of dangerous and challenges to be aware of. It is essential that you spend some time practicing on the road at different times during the day to assure you have well-rounded practice and are ready for anything on your road test.
General Road Tips for Safety
Regardless of the time of day you are on the road, there are some safe driving practices you must keep in mind at all times. Remember, the other driver’s on the road cannot anticipate your every move so in order to avoid an accident be aware of other vehicles around you. In addition, keep these tips in mind for your first experience on the main roads:
It is important to obtain a well-rounded amount of driver’s training before your test, so be sure to complete as many left and right turns as possible. Practice using your signals to change lanes and turn into driveways from main streets. Alternate the times of day you are on the road as well, to assure you are familiar with several types of traffic you may encounter. It is wise to use this time while learning to form safe driving habits that will remain with you for the rest of your life. Use the following checklist to assure you have well rounded training:
The written Final Driver’s Test
You’ve complete every step so far with ease, obtaining your learner’s permit and practicing on the road and now its time to begin the testing for you driver’s license. Many people fail the final skills test the first and sometimes second time they take it, and this is mainly due to a lack of preparation and planning ahead. So follow these steps to assure that you will pass your test on the first try and avoid delays:
The test is in multiple choice forms and will be similar to your permit test with questions take directly from the driver’s manual for your state. Answer all the questions to the best of your ability and re-read your test over to assure you have not left any questions blank. Do not be intimated by the test, remember if you fail you are able to retake the test as many times as you need until you finally pass.