That’s a regrettable mistake, as currently vehicle drivers won’t recognize how much. In the software branch, verification can be accomplished with screening. Rather, testing inside the group is identified from screening outside the group.
If you bring your own family car, a friend’s car, a rented one, make sure that all of the following things are in order or else they will let you use it first thing. Make sure the gas tank is at least a quarter full. Next, all the following things need to be in good working order. The flashers. All four of them, brake lights, including the one in the rear window, the hunky, the wipers in case it starts raining. The handbrake. Especially if you’re not using a driving school car, which has a second brake pedal and all the lights. Both front and back. And by the way, they’re not only for night driving. If it’s dark outside because of bad weather, fog or any situation where visibility is reduced, you’ll have to turn them on at any time of day. Also, make sure that the car is in generally good shape and that there are no cracks on the windshield.
The first thing you should do after getting in the car is to put the key in the ignition. If it’s hot outside, then your car has power windows. Put the key in the accessory position so that you can open your window and your examiner can also open theirs. But don’t start the engine yet. After that, adjust your seat. Then the mirrors. Make sure that you adjust your seat before the mirrors, or else your angle of view won’t work anymore. Adjust the side mirrors so that you see just a little bit of the car and the central mirrors so that you see as much as possible of the rear window. Put your seatbelt on. Start the engine. Make sure you turn on any accessory if needed, wipers, lights and so on. Put the car in gear. And like I said in some other of my videos. Make sure that if you bring your own car parking backing up so you can leave. Going forward. Release the handbrake. And just before going, take a last look at your dashboard to make sure you didn’t forget anything.
If you see any red lights, that means you probably forgot something like the seatbelt or you didn’t release the handbrake or close the door properly and finally drive as well as you can and go home with a driver’s license. I hope you like this video. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask them in the comments. And good luck.
Some Frequently Asked Questions
- Letting your nerves take the wheel.
- Not checking your mirrors regularly.
- Forgetting your turn signals.
- Making rolling stops.
- Not yielding to pedestrians.
- Confusion at four-way stops.
- Changing lanes in an intersection.
- Improper lane changing.
- Be on time.
- Have a lesson beforehand.
- Check you have everything you need.
- Use your instructor’s car.
- Take your instructor along for reassurance.
- Ask your examiner to repeat, if you need.
- Don’t assume you’ve failed.
- Choose where you want to take your test.
- Steer smoothly at all times.
- Accelerate smoothly.
- Stop the vehicle gently.
- Be sure your vehicle is in the correct gear.
- Always obey the posted speed limits.
- Follow at a safe distance.
- Know what the traffic signals mean and obey them at all times.
*The information above does not constitute legal advice or opinion, nor is it a substitute for the professional judgment of a qualified attorney.