Most States driver education program is comprised of two components—a theoretical component and a practical component. The theoretical component consists of a minimum of 30 hours of instruction, which teens can acquire either in a classroom environment or via the web through approved online courses. The practical, or behind-the-wheel component, can be obtained under the supervision… Continue Reading
Learning to drive safely does not end with your driving test. Your license means you have met the driving test requirements. However, in everyday driving you will have to deal with many situations and problems you did not encounter on your driving test. The best ways to deal with unexpected situations is to always use… Continue Reading
You must show that your vehicle is properly insured before the driving test begins (or the test will be postponed). Your State DMV may require one or more of the following before taking the driving test. A document with the liability insurance policy or surety bond number. An Assigned Risk insurance card with the name… Continue Reading
The DMV examiner is there to ensure you have demonstrated you can handle your vehicle in regular traffic situations, not to trick you. During your driving test, the examiner will note how you obey the rules of the road and traffic signs and/or signals. He/she will note other areas in which you may need improvement.… Continue Reading
Many people take their driving test when they have not sufficiently prepared, or have not practiced enough, or have not practiced the right way. Others get very nervous because they don’t know what to expect. Remember, the DMV examiner will ride with you only to make sure that you can drive safely and obey traffic… Continue Reading
Starting the Vehicle: Adjusts mirrors and seat. Fastens safety belt. Knows where the operating controls are located Moving Forward: Signals – Looks in mirrors and over shoulder before pulling into traffic. Uses two hands on opposite sides of the steering wheel. Stopping: Checks traffic (sees and reacts to hazards). Stops behind crosswalk or limit line.Stops without using accelerator at the… Continue Reading
Safe driving tips. Practice these tips to improve your driving skills: Steer smoothly at all times. Accelerate smoothly. Don’t race the engine or make it stall. Stop the vehicle gently. Start braking well ahead of where you must stop to avoid sudden “jerks.” Know where to stop. Be aware of crosswalks. If your view is… Continue Reading
In Most States, when applying for a Driver’s License, first-time applicants must take and successfully pass a Drivers Knowledge Exam consisting of a Road Signs and Road Rules test. All information necessary to pass the test will be included in your State Driver’s Manual. After studying your State Drivers manual you can test your knowledge with a… Continue Reading
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