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How to Pass The Driving Test on your First Try Without Making Any Critical Errors. I thought showing how to pass the driving test in California or any where else to get your license could be a pretty interesting video for many people so VOILA! (NEW Part 2) – How to Parallel Park to Pass your Drivers Test:
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IF Any Of The Following Happens While You Are Taking Your Behind The Wheel Test, You Automatically FAIL !
CRITICAL DRIVING ERRORS:
1. Intervention by examiner – IF they have to tell u to do something.
2. Strikes object/curb – You can’t hit nothing.
3. Disobeys traffic sign or signal – Over speed limit, run light, etc..
4. Dangerous Maneuver – Refer to video
5. Speed – Refer to video
6. Auxiliary equipment use – headlight must be on if wipers are on.
7. Lane Violation – Refer to video
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When you take the behind the wheel test at the DMV, you need to be prepared. On the day of the driving test when it is your turn to take the test, you will have tp pull up to the test person. Who ever is accompanying you will have to get out the vehicle, and then the test person will proceed with the Pre-Drive Checklist:
The Pre-Drive Checklist: The instructor will check to see if the following things work and if you know how to use them:
– Turn on the blinkers: left & right
– Horn / does the horn work
– Brake / does the brake light work
– Arm signals / Do you know them
– Headlights – Do you know how to turn them on
– Windshield wipers / Can you turn them on
– Emergency brake / Do you know where it is & how to turn it on
Here’s what it says on the sheet the examiner is using to test you:
To pass you must have no more than 3 errors in the pre-drive checklist, no Critical Error mistakes, and no more than 15 errors while driving on the road.
HAVE YOU TAKEN YOUR WRITTEN TEST YET?
The DMV has an APP, If you didn’t know. That app has all the questions that are on the written test! The app will test you and tell you the right answers. Download the app, its called, “DMV NOW”. Get it & you will pass the written test on the first try as well. HIT THE LIKE BUTTON on this video if I have helped you out at all.
– Always wear your seat belt! Recently a large truck ran into the back of my car, the same car I used in this video, & the car is now totaled.
Here is my vlog where I show the car. They said it looks like a crushed soda can:
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IN OT, ON 2ND AND 26, TRUE FRESHMAN QB TUA TAGOVAILOA LAUNCHES A NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING 41 YARD TOUCHDOWN PASS TO DEVONTA SMITH!! BAMA CHAMPS AGAIN!! NICK SABAN DOES IT AGAIN!!
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The pre-trip inspection for the purposes of a road test. The first thing I want to say about a pre trip for the purposes of a road test: you are not determining if the vehicle is safe!
Let me repeat that: you are not determining if the vehicle is safe. What you are doing is demonstrating a competency, and what I am going to explain to you is the fundamentals of the pre trip for the purposes of a road test.
MEMORIZE BY ROTE
This is a class one vehicle and the first thing that we tell students is the sequence because you cannot have any paperwork with you for the pre trip inspection for the purposes of a road test. Most provinces on a class 1 allow 45 minutes for a pre trip, for class 2 and class 3 it’s a half an hour, and for class 4— class E in Ontario and other places— small buses and ambulances they allow twenty minutes for a pre-trip inspection. So you need to have it down.
an instructor teaching a student the pre trip inspectionSequence
The first thing we tell students is sequence: so underneath the hood here, for example, what you do is you start at the top, at the back and it’s a zigzag pattern – go across, drop down six to eight inches, come back across the motor, 6 to eight inches, all the way down the wheel, the inside of the tire, over the top of the tire, and down and out to be outside of the tire. So that is the way that you remember: top to bottom, side to side, is your sequence for the purposes of a road test.
For example this section of the truck at the passenger’s door: you start at the top, there’s no damage to the top of the cab, the mirror is not cracked or broken, it’s secure on the truck, not cracked or broken, glass is not chipped cracked or broken. The MVI decal is valid until September 2016 – the end of the month. The door opens and closes, the light is working, hood is latched, step is secure – give it a kick with your foot. And we checked the fuel cap on the last section down there. Nothing hanging down on the fairing – it’s not broken. So when you do a section of the truck break it down in the section start the top, work to the bottom. That way you’re not going to forget anything. When you get finished the section take a breath—pause—just have a quick look make sure you didn’t forget anything and then move on to the next section right here.
DEMONSTRATE A COMPETENCY
Now the other thing that we tell students to do for the components of the vehicle because the purpose of the pre trip is to demonstrate a competency, to demonstrate to the examiner that you know the names of the major components of the vehicle – you know whether they’re potentially damaged and what could be wrong with them. For example, glass could be chipped, cracked, or broken and you know that. What potentially could be wrong with it and you know that the component is working. So you have lights – the lights are working. Now it’s a visual inspection or you’re grabbing something giving it a shake to make sure it’s secure. Now what we tell students is to say: “secure, not damaged, not leaking.”
“SECURE, NOT DAMAGED, NOT LEAKING”
If you have a brain cramp during your examination and you forget what something is, just lightly touch, point to the component: “secure, not damage, not leaking.” They’re not going to ding you or give you demerit points because you don’t remember the name of something, but you did check it. Now the reason we say “not damaged… secure, not damaged,” secure on the vehicle. It’s not damaged – a rock didn’t fly up and put a big ding in the side or something smacked into it and hit it. Not leaking – 75% percent – approximately 75% of the components on the vehicle are either have fluid or air in them. That’s why we say “secure, not damaged, not leaking.” Now the purposes of the pre-trip inspection – most of it is a visual inspection.
The pre-trip inspection is detailed and must be completed without aids. Learn the fundamentals of doing your pre-trip inspection here.
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