Passing the road test isn’t actually easy. There are a ton of small, tiny details, but they all add up, and each one is important. Too many of the same type of mistakes, and you risk being unsuccessful on your road test day.
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One of the most popular articles on this website, these tips come from years of experience as a driving instructor, accompanying students to their road tests, and speaking with driving examiners.
Hazard Perception is part of the ICBC road test, and basically is a measurement of your ability to identify potential hazards while you are driving (or parked).
Some people may be wondering what the differences are between the Class 5 and the Class 7 road tests. Here is a detailed overview of them both.
If you don’t have a car to use for the road test, don’t worry. There are multiple options for obtaining a vehicle for the test. If you’re borrowing a friend’s car, be sure to bring a vehicle with a Canadian license plate.
There’s nothing quite like being prepared for your road test on your exciting and nerve-wracking day. Be sure you’re prepared with the proper identification types and payments.
It’s a good idea to check out the road test results sheet before the road test, so you know what examiners will be looking for. It looks complicated at first, but it’s not too bad.
Not that many people drive standard (or manual) cars these days in North America. But, they do exist, and if you are driving one for your road test, be sure to check out these tips.
You’re probably already familiar with these, but it might be good to brush up on them before your road test, just to double check.