Tips to success in driving test

During the drive test
1. You must consistently demonstrate safe driving behaviours while driving in different traffic conditions. During the drive test, the licence testing officer will be assessing you on: observation signal use gap selection speed choice following distance lateral position stop position parking control. .....
Your Test date and time
2. Make sure you choose a date and time that best suits you. If you are not a morning person, make sure you book an afternoon test to maximise your chances of success. .....
Preparation
3. Look to get plenty of good quality sleep the nights approaching your test; Studies have shown that getting good rest has cumulative benefits which improve concentration levels, increase confidence and affect areas such as perception and decision making. .....
Keep Calm
4. In many cases nerves can be the reason for being unsuccessful in the practical test. If you feel these starting to build, look to control your breathing, taking longer breaths and breathing out slowly; this will help to lower your heart rate and keep you calm. Make sure you have enough air flow in the car or a window open slightly to avoid becoming too hot and uncomfortable. .....
Concentration
5. Keep your focus from the minute you meet the examiner to the time you turn off the engine at the end of your test. Even if you think youve driven really well, dont become complacent until the examiner gives you the good news. Statistically many tests are lost in the first 5 or last 5 minutes, so keep your cool and focus right until the end. Start as you mean to go on; show the examiner you have a good style and technique. .....
Confidence
6. You have probably spent a lot of time, effort and money to get to this stage make sure your confidence is high on the day. Think of the test as a simple task to complete; You know how to drive a car, so let your confidence come through and transmit this to the examiner. .....
Questions
7. Dont be afraid to ask questions. If you are unsure what the examiner is asking you to do, dont feel silly about asking them to clarify. Its best to be sure what their instructions are rather than guessing. .....
Manoeuvres
8. A lot of people are nervous about manoeuvres, especially reversing. Remember the majority of the test is about driving forwards! Think of the manoeuvres as a small section of the test that can be dealt with quickly and successfully. The examiner is looking for good control of the vehicle, safe observation and a fair degree of accuracy. Youve done them successfully many times before. If they start to go slightly wrong, its how you put them right. Again, this is an opportunity to demonstrate this to the examiner. Dont feel rushed if there are people waiting, take your time, keep calm and concentrate on what you need to do dont let others potentially come between you and obtaining your licence. .....
Focus
9. If you feel that you may have made a mistake during the test, dont allow this to play on your mind as very quickly faults can multiply.Dont be tempted to try to have a look at the examiners sheet, keep your eyes on the road and your focus on the task in hand. Most mistakes are not as serious as you think; remember, you are allowed 15 driving faults and can still be successful. .....
Inner Commentary
10. To help keep your nerves in check, talk yourself through the things that the examiner is asking you to do. Repeat the instructions to yourself in your head.When the examiner gives you directions i.e. at the traffic lights turn right; take the third turning on the left; at the roundabout follow straight ahead repeat these to yourself this is particularly useful if you have had to stop for a few seconds due to traffic or hazards before you begin moving again. It also when doing manoeuvres as you can approach them in a systematic way and you will know whats coming next. .....
Be Positive
11. This is your opportunity to earn the right to be able to drive with no one sitting next to you and gain your independence. You have probably invested a lot of time, effort and money getting to this point. When you are successful this is just the beginning of a new chapter in your driving career. .....
Booking the driving test
12. You can obtain a driving test application form DL26 from your driving instructor, any driving or theory test centre or by telephoning the driving test enquiry line on 0870 0101 372, between 8am and 6pm Monday to Friday. Welsh speakers can also book on 0870 0100 372. If you are deaf and need a minicom machine telephone 0870 0106 372. If you are able to pay by credit or debit card you can book a driving test appointment direct on the same numbers without the need to complete an application form. You will however, need to quote your driver number from your provisional driving licence, your theory test pass certificate number your instructor ADI number or business ID number. Upon booking you will be given a booking number and sent an appointment letter as confirmation within a few days. .....
Special requirements
13. The DSA are required to make every effort to ensure that all candidates can take the driving test. However, it is important that you discuss your needs with them when booking the test.If you cannot speak English or are deaf you are allowed to bring an interpreter with you who must be at least 16 years of age and cannot be a driving instructor.
If you are disabled you will receive the same test, however, more time will be allocated so that you can explain the nature of your disability and describe any special adaptations fitted to your vehicle. .....
The marking system
14. While you are driving the examiner will note any driving faults on the driving test report form DL25. The driving faults are categorised into minor, serious and dangerous and are recorded against the appropriate headings shown below. Each fault is denoted by a slash in the appropriate box. At the end of the test the examiner will total up the number of minor driving faults under each heading and overall. If you commit 16 or more minor driving faults you will unfortunately fail the driving test. If you commit one or more serious or dangerous driving faults you will also fail the test. Even if you feel you have failed the test you should continue to try, as the test will help you to identify where you need more practice. .....
Taking The Practical Driving Test
15. The practical test is about making sure that those who pass are competent and safe in the basic skills of driving. Before you take the test, indeed before you book it, you must have passed the theory and hazard perception tests.Always seek the advice of your driving instructor before booking the practical test. They should give you an honest appraisal of your driving abilities, and the chances you have of passing the test.The practical test will start at one of the many driving test centres dotted around the UK. When booking the test, you can choose which centre you want to use. .....
Dont Be Late For Your Driving Test
16. If you are, and by late I mean by as little as five minutes, the test examiner will cancel your test and you will lose the test fee you have already paid. It will then be up to you to book another test, and wait for another test date to become available. .....
The Start of the Test
17. At the start of the practical test, the examiner will come out and call your name. You will then be asked to read and sign the insurance and residency declarations while the examiner inspects your documentation. If all is in order, you will then be asked to walk to your car.You are now able to have your driving instructor accompany you on your practical test. This decision is entirely your own to make. The instructor is not permitted to help you or assist you in any way while the test is being conducted. .....
Eyesight Test
18. Before getting to your car, the examiner will ask you to stop and read a new style number plate at a 20m or an old style number plate at a distance of 20.5m. If you fail to do this, the exam will go no further, you will fail. .....
Independent Driving
19. The practical now includes a section called independent driving. Its aim is to assess a candidates ability to make their own decisions whilst driving. For a detailed description see our independent driving page. .....
Practical Driving Test Routes
20. The centre where you take your test will use a set of standard routes for tests conducted from it. Although these routes are not officially made public, you can buy them off the internet. Some learner drivers think that knowing the routes will give them an advantage, but I think this is dubious. If you have the ability to pass the driving test, and if you do not then you should not be taking your test, knowing the route your test will take will provide little or no advantage, as you should be able to deal with all road traffic situations and obstacles regardless of how well you know the route. It should also be remembered that these routes are never fixed and the examiner, due to road works and traffic conditions, can deviate from them while on your test.
However, if there is a particularly large roundabout, or other such feature that fills you with trepidation, on a road close to your test centre, then, of course, practice using it with your driving instructor. .....
Provisional Driving Licence
21. You cannot have driving lessons or drive a car on UK roads until your provisional licence has been accepted and is in your possession.You must be 17 years of age for the licence to be valid 16 years old if you receive the highest rate of mobility allowance.You can apply for the provisional licence up to two months before your 17th birthday. See DVLA for full information on costs and relevant forms. .....
Crossing the road
22. The Green Cross Code.The advice given below on crossing the road is for all pedestrians. Children should be taught the Code and should not be allowed out alone until they can understand and use it properly. The age when they can do this is different for each child. Many children cannot judge how fast vehicles are going or how far away they are. Children learn by example, so parents and carers should always use the Code in full when out with their children. They are responsible for deciding at what age children can use it safely by themselves. .....
At traffic lights
23. There may be special signals for pedestrians. You should only start to cross the road when the green figure shows. If you have started to cross the road and the green figure goes out, you should still have time to reach the other side, but do not delay. If no pedestrian signals have been provided, watch carefully and do not cross until the traffic lights are red and the traffic has stopped. Keep looking and check for traffic that may be turning the corner. Remember that traffic lights may let traffic move in some lanes while traffic in other lanes has stopped. .....
The common mistakes
24. The officers agree that the big mistakes are the small but important things like signalling either forgetting to indicate or not doing it for long enough and observation failing to check your mirrors or blind spots. Stop signs can also be troublesome, particularly when it comes to stopping before the line. .....
Signalling
25. Dont just flick your indicator and drive off, you must signal for at a least 5 seconds before leaving a parking space or moving from a kerb. It is also important to signal at the right time because signalling too early, too late or leaving your indicator on can confuse other road users. .....
Blind spots
26. Not checking blind spots is another common error. You need to check your blind spots and mirrors when merging, changing lanes and during your manoeuvres. Drivers often forget to check their left hand side blind spot when turning left off wide roads. Think of it this way, if you could fit a car between the kerb and your car, a head check in your blind spot is required before turning left. You never know when something will be travelling up that part of the road. And dont forget that an observation check is also required to confirm that it is safe to continue before moving off after being stopped at traffic lights. .....
Stop signs
27. A common mistake is not stopping at stop signs and just slowly rolling through. You have to stop the whole car behind the line at a stop sign and traffic lights. Stopping behind the line at traffic lights and then creeping forward does not count you have to stay behind the line. You can move forward at stop signs when the view may be obscured, but only after youve come to a complete stop. .....
Judgement
28. Another problem is not selecting safe gaps in traffic. Its a matter of judgement and experience. Sometimes learners will pull out and misjudge the speed of the car coming towards them or, if its a truck, you need to take into account that the truck takes longer to stop than a car. .....
Right turns
29. Be decisive, learners trying to turn right at lights can take too long to turn there may be plenty of room but if you hesitate you can get into trouble. .....
Paper work
30. Be sure to read the Guide to the Driving Test , make sure all forms and sections of your log book are completed correctly and signed. If youre not sure on something in the guide or are confused over something that someone else has told you about the driving test, you can always drop into your local motor registry and ask to speak to a testing officer to clear up any questions you may have. .....
Be punctual
31. Its important to arrive early to give yourself plenty of time to get to know the location. If youre late then the test cant go ahead. You dont want to be rushed when youre doing your test it just doesnt help. .....
Have your car in the right spot
32. Make sure the car youll be doing your driving test in is in the test rank to commence the test unless this is not possible due to unauthorised cars parking there. Registries and service centres have allocated spaces or a designated rank where the test is to start. Dont park across the road in the supermarket car park, this just adds to your anxiety if you park in the wrong spot and have to go get the car. .....
Parking manoeuvres
33. One word practise! They all get easier with practice. Practise in different locations dont always reverse park in the same street and on the big day dont over think the manoeuvres.Read the Guide to the Driving Test to familiarise yourself with all the different manoeuvres required.
Remember they are a small part of the overall driving test. For some reason people place major importance on the reverse park and there seems to be a perception that if they dont get it right then theyve failed the test especially if they bump the kerb. But unless its significant enough to be a fail item, then it is usually just a negative tick on the score sheet. .....
Take a mock test
34. Think youre ready for your theory test? Head over to the government run Safe Driving for Life website and try their mock tests though they only offer the multiple choice part.If your mock test doesnt go quite as well as you hoped, you can reschedule your theory test up to three days before your test date. If youre not feeling confident of a pass, its best to take a rain check and squeeze in some extra revision. .....
Leave plenty of time
35. Chances are youve not been to the theory test centre before, so leave plenty of time to get there and minimise stress on the day. .....
Rules and Guidelines
36. While actually being able to perform behind the wheel is the most important part of handling the responsibilities of having a drivers license, knowing the laws, rules and guidelines of the road is almost equally as important. These can vary according to your state, and it is crucial to read the manual from cover to cover and truly grasp the details. The better you truly understand the rules, as opposed to just trying to memorize them for the test, the more likely you are to pass your test. Knowing the laws and rules makes you more likely to actually utilize them while behind the wheel. Really, it should become second nature to you. Knowing the rules and laws will gain you more confidence to pass the written or the road test. So, being knowledgeable and confident about what the rules really are will practically guarantee you pass both parts of your driving test, on the first try. .....
Set Yourself up for Success
37. This really means incorporating all of the above ideas, and then some. Commit to studying and practice driving on a daily basis so that you are confident you can do it in addition to being able to do it. Prepare yourself to relieve yourself of anxiety and stress over the testing; both the road exam and the written DMV test. And, of course, use planning and preparation to be successful the day of the testing. That means studying and getting well rested the night before testing day. It also means making the day of your drivers test a success. Start with a good breakfast. Try to schedule the exam for as early as possible so you can get it out of the way. If that isnt possible, then either keep yourself busy or let yourself relax prior to the exam. Whatever helps you feel better about taking the test prior to doing so, allow yourself to do it! Follow any or all of these steps and you are sure to increase your chances of passing your DMV driving test on your first attempt. .....
Choose the Right Car
38. In many states, youll take the test in your own car. This has a lot of advantages, since youll be comfortable with your car and will know how to operate it. However, you should give some thought to the car you choose. While a manual transmission can be fun to drive, taking the test with a stick shift can add a whole new layer of complication. You may want to consider driving an automatic car on test day. In addition, power steering can help make your turns smoother and less jerky. .....
Become Familiar with the Area
39. You may already know where youll be doing your driving test, but its important to become familiar with this area as a driver. Using your learners permit, drive around the testing area several times, learning the road signs, one way streets, and any other important qualities of the area. .....
Take Your Time
40. Although you may feel pressured to think and act quickly during the exam, try to take your time as much as possible. If you give yourself a moment to think things through, youll make good driving decisions and avoid common mistakes. .....
Try to Relax
41. Its normal to feel some anxiety about your examination, but try a few relaxation exercises ahead of time to calm down. Listen to your favorite music before the test or just spend some time listening to your own breathing. Also, consider going for a short walk to help yourself unwind. Remember, the examiner wants you to succeed at this test. .....
Prove Your Identity
42. Documents you can use as proof of identity include:One primary document e.g. passport or original birth certificate birth certificate extracts dont count One secondary document e.g. Medicare card, student identity card One evidence of residence document youll only need this if your address isnt shown on your primary and secondary documents
You need the original documents with you to get your Probationary Licence. Photocopies dont count. At least one of these documents has to have your signature on it. If you dont have the right evidence of identity, you wont be able to get your Probationary Licence.
For full details about what counts as an evidence of identity document, check out the evidence of identity page new window on the VicRoads website.Dont forget that youll need to let VicRoads know about any medical conditions epilepsy, poor eyesight, etc. that may affect your driving. .....
Have regular lessons
43. If possible keep your lessons regular and try to aim for two hours a week behind the wheel. This will help you progress consistently, boosting your confidence, whilst not allowing time to forget what youve already learnt and maximise the time spent with your instructor. .....
Record your progress
44. Keep yourself motivated by noting down when youve reached a big milestone and celebrate it. Some tutors use a progress log that helps pupils keep track of where they are on the syllabus, but if yours doesnt then consider making your own. .....
Practice practice practice
45. Once youve gained some experience with an instructor, if possible, get a friend or relative to take you out for extra practice on the road. One of the key ingredients of driving is gaining experience which brings with it confidence. So spend as much time as you can behind the wheel. There are rules about who can accompany a learner they must be over 21 and have had a full licence for over 3 years. Make sure you have the relevant insurance in place, too. .....
Stay focussed in between lessons
46. Use interactive online learning tools, such as REDs Road Brain Trainer or smartphone Apps like Theory Test UK from Driving Test Success, practice spotting potential risks on the road. This will give you a deeper understanding of situations that may occur and how to avoid them. .....
Get good nights sleep
47. Make sure that you dont have a late night before the day of the test. If you have time, have a lesson beforehand to settle the nerves and get you thinking in the right way about your driving. .....
The Road Test
48. Alright, after you passed the parallel parking test successfully, the examiner will then ask you to drive outside of the DPS parking lot and go to the road. The area around DPS is usually a pretty empty traffic neighborhood, but with lots of intersections The DPS where I took the test have 5 6 intersections. .....
The Final Result
49. The examiner will tell you to go back to the DPS and park your car. She will then tell you where are your mistakes, if there is any, and tell you some comments. Finally, she will tell you whether you pass or fail lets think positively, you pass. If you pass, the examiner will ask you to go inside the DPS office with her and wait till they print the temporary drivers license for you.If you fail, she will give the paper to you and ask you to schedule another appointment for the road test. .....
Closing
50. Alright, thats the detail about the drivers license road test in Texas. I wish you good luck guys and hope you pass the road test. .....
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Dont use extension cords. You can obtain a junction box that has built in GFI ground fault interrupters . This will allow you extra plug in space and the GFI will kick in if there is a power shortage. Helps avoid water electrical shock accidents. .....
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