You need the necessary information to pass a driving test, right? We will help you with that. We have prepared this article just for you and in it you will find all the relevant information and procedures that will allow you to pass the test. Included in the article is also who to go to for driving lessons and information that will be of importance too.
Before the test is taken
Practice with whoever taught you how to drive. Ask them how they would grade your performance. Ask them to note down all the little mistakes and the uncomfortable, ridged ways you behave driving the car. You should feel at home, but of course, most people are nervous. Practice in the car you are going to be tested in, this should cut off any nervousness. Note here, every car model is different. So it will be good to be able to select a car in which you can do the test in. be tested in. Besides main roads, back alley roads and highways with little traffic, parking lots make good driving places too. Parking lots are definitely good for parking practice. Get orange cones or any large or medium objects to practice driving around. You have to make driving your second nature. This will show on your face. If you will look calm and in control you stand a better chance to pass the test with whoever is in charge of the test. Be mentally ready to be tested anywhere but it’s usually at a specific site and around that site. If you know where you are going to be tested, go there, and practice there. Note down all that’s in the surrounding vicinity of the test. What could cause trouble; the things you have to keep an eye out for when driving are for example road signs and speed limit signs. Also note how crowded it is, are there a lot of cars, motor bikes, heavy traffic on the road? Is it crowded by pedestrians? What about any animals? Any homes around with cats and dogs? Try to think of all of this. It’s not hard, it’s like you will be thinking and considering if you were on foot. But you will be in a heavy, dangerous machine, moving fast at times. So you will of course have to be more careful.
The long night before the driving test
The vehicle you are going to drive in the test will be inspected that must be up to the minimum standards. This will definitely be in accordance with the national standards. So the night before the test drive, make sure you have inspected the car yourself. Better yet, get it inspected by a friend, family member, a mechanic who can really inspect every part of it, its exterior, interior and the engine. The mechanic can quickly point out any problem with it and suggest repairs, replacements or any other ratification needed. If you have to do it yourself look at these parts; make sure the lights are all working. Check the main lights, the brake lights and all other blinkers. The cabin part is clean and there is no paper liter or cluster of things in the car. Make sure you have also checked the truck. Check the windshield for any cracks and take off any sticker. Also check all the glass panes of the doors, and the rear windscreen. Check the horn if it’s too loud or soft, and it responds straightaway to you by pressing the button. Adjust all mirrors inside the car and outside the car. Practice all the hand signals that are compulsory to know. At any time if your car does not meet all or some of these requirements you could be straight away failed at the test, so make sure you are covering everything. Do be sure all the locks of the doors are working properly. Keep all relevant papers and form in a place where they can’t get misplaced by anyone or a place you will not forget in a hurry. The last thing you want to know is that you should eat well and have a good sleep before the test drive tomorrow.
The test drive day
Be ready to leave early for the test. Get there early. This will have a calming effect on you and you will be showing you are serious about the test. Definitely go in a car you are comfortable with. It’s great to have an automatic. Know that car inside out. You should naturally know about controlling the windscreen wiper and the headlights and it should be second nature to you. At the very start, perhaps after demonstrating that you know how to do all those hand signaling gestures and understand them if someone else does it is a good way. Secondly, be absolutely comfortable with opening the doors, set yourself in the driver’s seat comfortably, and try to be comfortable with the inspector as all of this will leave a good impression on the inspector. This is important. Just in case you make some mistake, some small mistake, will then be overlooked, hopefully. Be in the driver’s seat as if you are there to test the inspector.
Now during the driving, you have to be natural. If you have practiced enough this should not be hard. You must note where you are on the road. There should be no sudden surprises. Watch out for sign boards, speed limit boards and zebra crossings. Keep both hands on the appropriate hand placements for steering.
Stopping the car too close behind another vehicle will be noted by the inspector, so do your best not to do that. Don’t cross solid lines. Try staying in the right lane as much as possible. Be careful when changing lanes. Use all rear looking mirrors as much as you can to also see who is behind you and know how to stop the vehicle slowly instead of suddenly stepping on the brakes hard. Use as many parts of the car as you can, but they must not be a strain on you otherwise the inspector will notice it. Know where you are driving, especially if you are around any school or shopping area with large malls. Driving should be steady and at a constant speed. When you are near a public place you have to drive a little bit slowly not nervously, there is a difference.
Coming to a four way stop, just note the first cars that had reached there just before you. The rules are whoever gets there first can decide which way they can go. When two cars reach the spot simultaneously, the car to the left takes the lead by going straight or turning right. Try staying on the right side of the road. If you want to get on to a left side lane, change lanes carefully. Safety is all important. The same goes for turning into a left lane, using blinkers is mandatory. Check out in the rear mirror or turn your head to see which cars are behind you and are in the left lane. If you wish to switch to the left lane, then it is important that you make sure that it is safe before making the turn to the left side. It is equally important that you use blinkers and keep watching over your shoulder when you are planning to switch lanes. The inspector decides which lane you are to be tested on. The inspector will tell you when to change lanes, either to the left for going faster or to the right for making a turn. Horns are to be used, that’s why cars have them, so use it whenever you think it’s appropriate. Don’t overuse the horn. Blow the horn when a car is too near or is about to get into your lane but it’s coming in too fast or the driver is unpredictable. Have complete control over the speed of the car. Keep the speed study and stable. Keep looking for any speed signs or any other road signs. Pay attention to any signs that are visible. They are there for a reason. And remember unlike in city or town roads where driving slowly is usually done, on freeways and highways you have to drive fast. But remember according to speed limit signs.
Now consider all these points to pass your test
- Keep checking out the surroundings. No day dreaming. Be absolutely present minded.
- Be careful with your speed.
- Keep watching for something on the road.
- Be careful turning
- Be careful backing
- And at last be careful stopping.
We now come to a stop
We hope this article has opened your eyes to all the areas you would have made a mistake and saved you from failing your driving test inspection.
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