As longtime driving instructors, we feel that having proper preparation and training for a driving test is of equal importance. Training is planned out in such a way that if you are under the age of 16, you will be able to pass the following criteria before actually driving your car:
• At least 50 hours of practice driving under supervision
• 15 hours of night driving
• 10 hours of moderate to heavy traffic driving
We will provide you with the proper certification to prove that you have completed the requisite supervised driving hours for practice. We ensure that all students should have this consummate amount of training and supervision. Preparation for this test is a must. However, if you plan it out it will be easier.
Here are some tips to practice for the road test…
Steering: Learn to steer effortlessly whether you choose to drive straight, turn or if you are backing up.
Acceleration: Do your best to accelerate at a moderate speed. Don’t race or stall the engine.
Learning to Brake: Gently stop your mobile. Begin braking a few minutes before you completely halt your car to avoid abruptness. Make sure to stop your car in the proper lane.
Gears and Clutches: Always ensure that your vehicle is in the right gear. Whether it is using an automatic or manual transmission, you should be able to shift into gear at the right time without twisting it too much.
Speed: You should always try to obey the speed limit. However, you should also learn to adjust according to the weather and other traffic-related factors.
Distance: There should always be a safe distance between your vehicle and the one in front. Always be mindful of the two-second rule in the instruction manual. You can always increase the distance between cars depending on visibility and the weather.
Traffic Signals and Signs: You should always know the proper and corresponding meanings of various traffic signs, road symbols, and pavement signals. Knowing also entails obeying them regularly.
Halting Location: If you need to stop, stop your car before reaching the intersection. If there is a stop light or crosswalks, stop before you can cross them. If something is blocking your view from behind, move forward until your vision gets clearer; stop when necessary.
Lane Positioning: Always keep your vehicles in the proper lane. This applies in particular if you’re going to make the turn. Do not allow any other vehicles to pass on to the road you are turning towards.
Communicate: You should always let other people know which path you would like to take when driving. You should always use your signals and horn when appropriate.
Learn to Observe: Be wary of potential problems or dangers on the road. Always look in every direction for any potential hazards that might affect your driving. Always try to check your mirrors and look behind you whenever you change lanes or back up your car.
Proper Anticipation and Reaction: You should always try to anticipate possible errors when driving. In connection with this, always be ready to react safely to make up for anyone else’s shortcomings.
If you can prepare for these possible sections in the driving test, you will certainly be able to pass without difficulty. We will also make sure that you get your license eventually.
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