How can I pass my driving test first time?

9 Tips for Passing Your Driver’s Test on the First Try

It’s an intimidating challenge yet rewarding accomplishment that every (legal) driver must face: passing the driving exam. Without making the grade, that highly-desirable driver’s license won’t make it into your wallet.

Undoubtedly, everyone you know has stories of how and why they didn’t pass the driver’s test on their first try. But you don’t have to let that happen to you! Before the exam proctor sets foot in your car, give yourself the best chance of passing by following these tips for acing your driving exam.

Follow These Guidelines for Acing Your Driving Exam

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Practice Makes Perfect

Your parents have told you it. Your driver teacher told you it. That policeman told you it. The pizza delivery boy told you it. And they’re all correct: to pass the driver’s exam, you have to practice driving.

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Know the Route

Do your research and find out the route–or at least the neighborhood–where your driver’s exam will take place. Go during off-hours and familiarize yourself with the area–the speed limits, the intersections, the traffic, etc. Minimize the chance of any surprises.

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Pick the Right Car

Passing both the street driving and maneuverability tests have a lot to do with selecting the best car. Select a vehicle that

  • has good visibility on the road and small blind spots.
  • is small so you have more wiggle room between the orange cones.
  • has an automatic transmission.
  • is one you’ve practiced on and are familiar with.
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Prepare the Vehicle

Do a quick check on the vehicle to ensure it’s not gonna poop out on you during the exam. Check the fuel and fluid levels, window/windshield transparency, headlights, brakes, etc. If the vehicle’s not blowing smoke or making atrocious noises, give its interior a cleaning; that way, you won’t give the examiner a bad impression when he sits down.

Arrive Early

You never know what might happen on the road. Leave from your house early and arrive at the office early to ensure you’re not frantically sprinting in. A calm, collected mind is an asset during your exam.

Don’t Allow Distractions

It should go without saying, but you need to minimize distractions during the exam–particularly those within the vehicle. You need to be focusing on the road–and showing the examiner that you are–so turn off the radio, trash the coffee cup, shut off the phone, and for goodness’ sake, don’t GoPro or Facebook Live your driver’s test.