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10 Top Tips to Pass Your Road Test First Time | Road Test Smart

October 11, 2019

TOP 10 TIPS TO PASS YOUR ROAD TEST FIRST TIME Hi there, Rick with Smart Drive Test
talking to you today about the top 10 things that you need to do to be successful on a road
test. For the purposes of a road test must demonstrate to the examiner that
you have due care and control of the vehicle at all times. Underpinning due care and control of the
vehicle at all times is speed and space management. You must have control of the speed of the vehicle appropriate to the environment and the
traffic in which you’re in. And you must have space management: you must not get too close to other fixed objects or other vehicles on the road. Be right back to tell you what those top 10 ways to be successful ways to be successful on your road tests are. Introductory music. Hi there, welcome back. The number one way to pass your road test and be successful is practice. Practice, practice, practice! The more
practice you get driving the vehicle that you are going to road tests on–whether it’s a bus, truck, or car, or a motorcycle–practice. Get as much driving time as you can. Driving a vehicle is NOT a spectator sport. You
can’t watch somebody else do it and learn how to drive. You have to get
behind the wheel, you have to get comfortable with the
primary controls of the vehicle, and you have to develop a hazard perception
catalogue, a catalogue of different scenarios that come together in any
combination of the six driving task criteria–and you can see that in another video–that can get you into danger. So practice practice, practice! The second way to be successful on your
road test is slow speed manoeuvres. Go out to a parking lot, set up some cones, do
some forward figure eights, back around corners, reverse figure eights, into stall
parks, drive in tight laneways. Anything that you can do that will help you to do
slow-speed maneuvers. The ability to control the vehicle at a slow speed in a
tight space – all of those skills that you learn to do that are
transferable and will make your overall driving better. Practice slow-speed
maneuvers. The third way: parallel park. Ohhhhhh…..The dreaded parallel park. Everybody hates the parallel park. It is the most difficult slow-speed
maneuver that you have to conduct on a road test for a class 5 or a G1
license. Parallel parking, if you don’t know how to do it and you don’t get
clear instruction from your parents or other people who are helping you and
your family, go to a driving school, get professional help and they will help
you to parallel park. Now, when you’re practicing in a neighborhood in your
parallel parking off a car, do it two times and then move on and find another
vehicle. But you have to be able to parallel park, regardless of the fact
that we know as traffic authorities that seventy percent of drivers will never
parallel park again. But it is the key to you as a new driver demonstrating to the
examiner and the authorities that you have due care and control of the
vehicle. Practice parallel parking. The fourth way to be successful on your road test. Back up as
much as possible. Begin backing up in straight lines, then
back around corners. One of the things you’re going to have to do is do a two-point
reverse turn. So you’re gonna have to pull past the driveway or a laneway or a
parking space and you’re gonna have to back around the corner and then reverse
in the opposite direction. So back into the laneway and then drive forward and
pull out again. Backing, the more backing you can do the more comfortable you
become the vehicle and the primary controls: the steering wheel, the throttle,
the brake. Back up! And when you get really comfortable with backing, go out to the
parking lot, set up your cones and do reverse figure eights – reverse figure
eights. When you think you’ve got it all figured out and you can master those, then you’re probably ready for your road test. Number 5. The other way to get better at driving is parking. Parking in mall parking lots are any congested parking lot is a good
way to learn more about the vehicle. You see lots of people backing out of a
parking space in a mall parking lot and they get into a tight corner, or the
fronts just gonna miss, and you see them in the car and the car sucks in. No, the car doesn’t have the suck-in feature where it gets smaller. Actually what happens is, as they get into a tight space they slow down and the slower any vehicle goes, the sharper
it turns. So keep that in mind when you’re parking, you’re backing up, or you’re doing
any other slow-speed maneuvers. The slower you go, the sharper the vehicle
turns. So the sixth way to be successful on your road test is shoulder checking. I cannot stress this enough: you must shoulder
check! You cannot do too much shoulder checking, but if you do too little you’re
not going to be successful. So every time you make a lateral movement, shoulder
check; every time you make a turn shoulder check as you’re coming up to
the turn and then shoulder check immediately before the turn. So if you’re
turning right, shoulder check to the right and then shoulder check again as
you make the turn. You don’t need to turn more than 90 degrees; just turn your head
90 degrees, your peripheral vision will take care of the rest. But shoulder check, shoulder check, shoulder check. That is the sixth way of being successful on a road test. Number 7: to be successful on a road test, do a mock test. If you haven’t been involved in driver training with a professional
driving instructor, go to a school and tell them that you want to do a mock
test and go out with an instructor and do a mock test. They will be able to
identify the gaps in your abilities and skills and tell you what you need to
brush up on, or work on to be successful on a road test. Remember, driving instructors prepare
people for road tests everyday. They know what skills and abilities you need to
have to be successful on a road test. So number 7, do a mock road test. Number eight, on the day of your road test do a pre-trip inspection of the vehicle. Check the lights, check the horn, check the
windshield wipers, make sure that everything is good. Make sure that you have the registration
and insurance in the glovebox; make sure that you have a license plate on the
front and the rear of the vehicle, if your province or state requires that you
have a license plate on the front and the rear. Make sure that the decals are
valid; make sure that the seat belts work; that the seats are secure; that nothing
is floating around in the car. Get rid of all of the garbage, because examiners do not wanna sit in a car that is filthy dirty. Leave the pets at home. Make sure
that you do a pre-trip inspection because you have a signal light out, or
if you have a brake light out, they will not go out on a road test with you.
So make sure that you do a pre-trip inspection! Don’t just get Uncle John’s
car and show up at the road test, because you may not be able to
go on your road test. So take the time, do a pre-trip inspection in the morning
before you show up your road test. If you’re going with a driving school, make sure that you ask the driving
instructor if he or she has done a pre-trip inspection of the vehicle
before you show up for the road test. Number 9 is the correct paperwork.
Make sure that you have your paperwork to show up for the road test so you can
take your road test. You’ll need your learner’s licence, you will need a
secondary piece of ID, and I would even bring a third piece of ID if you’re a
new driver, just in case. You will also need money because there’s a cost involved in taking the road test. And any other paperwork that you think that you might
need. If you’re unsure, contact your local authority–the MTO in Ontario, ICBC in
British Columbia, the Ministry of Transportation in Alberta, and so on and so forth. Have the correct paperwork. You don’t
want to show up and not have the correct paperwork. Because if you don’t have the
correct paperwork, they won’t let you take your road test. So check to make
sure that you got your paperwork. And number 10 is: poop, breathe, visualize! When you go in for your road test, sign in, take the time, take a moment & go to the toilet.
There’s nothing worse than trying to do a road test if you gotta go to the
bathroom. Pretty tough to be successful if you get your legs crossed. So… go to
the toilet. Remember breathe: in through the nose, out through the mouth. Breathe to your navel. This will force you to relax. You’re very nervous, so breathe. And
finally, through all of your practice visualize the instructor saying to you:
“You passed!” If you visualize it in your head it is much higher probability that
you’re going to be successful on your road test. So the last one: poop, breathe, visualize! Go to the toilet, breath: in through the nose, out through the mouth. Breath all the way into your navel. Visualize passing your road test! So, in conclusion, the top 10 ways to be
successful on your road test. 1) practice driving; 2) slow speed maneuvers; 3) parallel park; 4) backing; 5) parking; 6) shoulder check. 6) Do a mock test. Figure out where the gaps
might be in your abilities and knowledge for a road test. 7) Before the road test, do
a pre-trip inspection of the vehicle. Don’t get caught out because you can’t
go on your road test because the vehicles not up to standard for the
authority where you’re taking your license. 9) Paperwork – make sure you have the right paperwork before you show up for the road test. Finally, poop, breathe, visualize! Go to the toilet, breathe, visualize yourself being
successful. Good luck on your road test! I’m Rick with Smart Drive Test. Remember: pick the best answer, not necessarily the right answer. If you like the channel, subscribe
below; hit the like button. Thanks very much for watching. Have a great day! Closing credits & music.

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  • Reply Sridhar Chiluka January 12, 2019 at 8:45 pm

    Thank you so much

  • Reply EpixDevo January 13, 2019 at 12:45 am

    We dont even have to parallel park in majority of america

  • Reply 08bexly31 January 15, 2019 at 5:08 am

    I have a question….i have my driving test on Wednesday and its going to be raining badly what limit do I have to go ?

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    have my test tomorrow morning! any last minute helpful tips? 😊

  • Reply Ronnie Ta January 19, 2019 at 11:07 am

    I have my test on Wednesday for the 3rd time please pray for mee

  • Reply Moe Schultz January 19, 2019 at 5:26 pm

    Taking my drive test today, so nervous 😣 wish me luck 🙏🏻

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    I have my road test in 16 days and I'm super nervous! Any advice?

  • Reply VideoGamesKing VideoGamer YouTube February 1, 2019 at 6:15 am

    hello sir thanks for these tips I think about getting my license too

  • Reply Danielle epps February 1, 2019 at 7:45 pm

    I am taken mines like on febuary like some time damn

  • Reply Ted Bundy February 3, 2019 at 1:47 am

    Hey rick so im counting the final days until my road test, im taking it with my sisters car however i feel like i brake too hard how can i stop braking to hard im getting nervous about this

  • Reply Sloth February 6, 2019 at 4:49 am

    You, sir, are one of the most helpful people I’ve seen. Thank you so much. I have my test tomorrow! Nervous!

  • Reply dreadnaught90 February 16, 2019 at 9:48 pm

    Rick: I want to also add my thanks here for all your invaluable help in passing my driver's test a couple of days ago. I have had an Ontario driver's licence for 55 years but because I am over 70 and was involved in a minor rear-ender I had to be re-tested.That included a written and a road test. Until the collision I was accident and ticket free.
    I went out and bought a new MTO Driver's Handbook and carefully looked through it.What an eye-opener! It made me realize how sloppy my driving habits were. I started digging around online and found some useful stuff such as a bootleg copy of the road test score sheet and some good and some bad instructional videos. It did not take me long to figure out that driver awareness was a huge part of the testing procedure. Then I found your videos and was impressed by your attention to detail in all of the lessons.They matched up exactly to the contents of the Driver's Handbook.
     I made lots of notes and then embarked on an intensive 10 day ( I am retired) re-training program for myself.That also included some after-hours reverse parking practice in the local DriveTest parking lot…. along with some shadowing of other drivers who were being tested. I wanted to see where they went and what they had to do.When the day of my test arrived I was not over-confident but felt I knew enough to do all of the requirements….as long as I paid attention. By the time my 25 minute test was over, I felt pretty good.The examiner did not appear to be writing much on the tablet score sheet as I completed all the instructions. All that was said to me when I shut down my vehicle was that I had passed.
    My take-away from all this was that you don't have to be a teen to experience anxiety before a driver's test! I never thought for a minute over all these years that one day I could be this close to losing my licence. But I have also learned how to be a better driver and for that, I am thankful. Your videos woke me up and gave me the self discipline needed to pass the road test. It's DriveTest's game and you have to play it their way. If I had to depend on what I have done in these past 55 years I would have failed.
    I still wake up in the morning saying "mirror-signal-shoulder check". But it paid off. Thanks Rick!

  • Reply Majacks Lelo February 17, 2019 at 9:45 pm

    Thank you😁

  • Reply lory lunita February 21, 2019 at 1:44 am

    I am from Illinois. And I need help. How do I pass my road text

  • Reply Gbonjubola Ronke March 6, 2019 at 1:29 am

    Oh driving test i failed 2nd time due to trying to stop by the green light because the pedestrians signal count down to 0 I hope the light will change to yellow or red also examiner said i didnt follow the speed limits which made my driving to be slow and lastly she said my reversing was zig zag

  • Reply Knyixx March 9, 2019 at 10:49 pm

    I’ve a question, what happens if you do fail three road tests? I know you have to pay for another permit and get three more tries, but does that mean I’d have to wait another 6 months? Thanks

  • Reply Akanksha Mishra March 13, 2019 at 8:55 pm

    Thank you so much for all driving tips and tricks. I cleared my road test in first attempt because of your teaching technics.

  • Reply sunday anyanwoke March 16, 2019 at 6:07 pm

    Thanks for the tips on all your videos, they all help me to pass my road test in chicago illinois.

  • Reply GameOnDude 3 March 18, 2019 at 11:20 am

    You have helped me parelle park

  • Reply Arianna E March 18, 2019 at 4:04 pm

    i’m taking my test in two days and it’s supposed to be raining. i’m not too nervous, i just hope everything goes well and im binge watching your videos to prepare myself

  • Reply crzy killa March 22, 2019 at 5:36 pm

    Thanks for your tips especially this video and the parrell parking videos I just passed today third one

  • Reply Latoya Burgin March 29, 2019 at 11:39 pm

    Thank you for these videos rick, they helped me alot , did my road test today at the Mississauga location and I passed at the first attempt .

  • Reply jus tin April 3, 2019 at 9:04 am

    I cant breathe thru my navel and now i visualize 💩

  • Reply maria luisa April 4, 2019 at 2:03 pm

    Writing all this tips down!

  • Reply you'nique yankee April 4, 2019 at 6:13 pm

    Have my test tmw and I notice almost everyone who left a comment pass on the first try so here we are😂😂

  • Reply Noor April 11, 2019 at 5:59 am

    Can you tell me if there is a maximum period between theoretical and practical test,I took the first one from along time.

  • Reply Alissa Phijan April 11, 2019 at 1:23 pm

    Thank you i love you.

  • Reply Raven Taylor April 14, 2019 at 5:51 pm

    I have my road test Wednesday! Wish me luck, I've been binge watching your videos for some time now to help keep things in mind!

  • Reply Denise Cardona April 15, 2019 at 10:53 am

    I have my test today at 10AM in Coney Island 😢

  • Reply leana schulz April 15, 2019 at 6:30 pm

    that last tip is the reason i passed! thank you for all your videos i couldn’t have done it without you 💗

  • Reply Alicia Gunera April 23, 2019 at 6:41 pm

    I watched this a night before my test. Thank you 😊 I passed 😭😭

  • Reply Siera Monique April 25, 2019 at 10:19 pm

    Testing tomorrow so nervous but anxious! Thanks for the video.

  • Reply ArThenium April 25, 2019 at 11:32 pm

    haha he said poop

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    Whew!!! taking my test tomorrow…fingers crossed 🤞🏾

  • Reply Kiki April 30, 2019 at 3:31 pm

    Taking my test tomorrow..i hope i dont fail. 🙏

  • Reply Kreios US April 30, 2019 at 11:55 pm

    Going to the DMV next week to take my test this will be my second time and I been practicing a lot and getting good feedback from my parents and I honestly feel like I'm actually ready this time but I'm just nervous as heck

  • Reply proto401 52 May 1, 2019 at 2:20 am

    I am currently unable to sleep and my driving test is in 3 Hours, i feel pretty confident about my driving skills, hope i pass, will update if i passed👌

  • Reply See Yang May 7, 2019 at 9:55 pm

    Hi Rick, thanks you for your video. I have something to tell you that its very funny. when Im finished watched this video and go to bed. I have a dreamed that I'm passed a road test. But its really happened. I have "PASSED" for a Road Test from on this last Saturday! Its very helpful. 🙂

  • Reply Ubo Vincent May 10, 2019 at 8:54 am

    Thanks a lot the videos and tips! I passed the exam today..God bless u always!

  • Reply Orpa Taveras May 15, 2019 at 12:59 am

    Passed today! Thanks a lot, ive watched all your videos!

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    Got my test in an hour wish me luck 🙏🙏

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    Taking my test tomorrow!!! I am so nervous for parking. Thanks for the video! 😊

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    Got my test in a few hours! I got this

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    Hi iam Ra my G road test next week. I think this vedio will help me thank you so much.

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    I'm 42 years old. I haven't driven in 20 years. I've been watching your videos. I took my skills test today and passed, first time through. Your videos helped a great deal. Thank you for putting them out here.

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    Thanks Rick for the great advice just passed my G2 road test after watching some of your videos

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    Do you know how many we have for parallel parking? My Jeep is 18 feet long and I don't know what the distance it.

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    Have my test tomorrow!!! I’m so nervous

  • Reply Janina June 8, 2019 at 5:25 pm

    Took my test today and I passed!!! I was so worried but your videos helped so much. Thank you!

  • Reply Alphanode June 10, 2019 at 4:01 pm

    I took my test today and passed FIRST TRY thanks to your videos! I was really nervous but breathing helped me relax a lot. You guys helped me out a ton 😀

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    Very good video.

  • Reply Johnnithon German June 20, 2019 at 6:01 pm

    Wish me luck today!

  • Reply farmer green June 21, 2019 at 3:10 pm

    Wish me luck I have the test today I'm feeling confident that I will pass

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    have my test on tuesday !! I’m so nervous ahhh

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    I saw your video! soon I have test but i hope this time i will passed.i have que in uphill with crub in parellel parking I should do all the way steering wheel to left.

  • Reply r B June 25, 2019 at 7:46 pm

    how to practice ? i have no one to drive with and cant take 3 classes a week its to expensive

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    I Failed My First Road Test

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    A Pre Licensing Is Required On Road Test In NY And Also 2 Road Tests Are Free If You Fail 2 Road Tests You Will Pay $10.00 USD For 2 More Tests

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    My exam is tomorrow, trying to study as many videos as i can before i go to bed. Thank you so much for your detailed videos

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    Thanks Rick for your videos, I pass my drive test today, thanks God, I'm so happy 🙏🏿 , your videos very help a lot thank you

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    I'm from the Philippines, and I am a residence here now in Nevada, I'm going to take my behind the wheels test, I drive in the Philippines so right now I'm just making comfortable in my new car and road here.. my appointment is August 13 .. yay..

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    i’m up at 12am my test is at 8 and i’m freaking out oof

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    I have my driving test on Tuesday! I am so nervous. I can feel myself already getting anxious and not being able to sleep! Wish me luck 😭

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    My test is tomorrow and I’m so anxious🙃 pray for me y’all

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    I have my test tomorrow and I’m so nervous!!!!

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    My test is tommorow kinda nervous

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    Can I ask 90 degree parking video you have

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    About to take my test, I'm super nervous and I've never been on the road. SMH what am I thinking. I like the idea of doing a mock test but haven't been successful at finding a place near me that will do that.

  • Reply Jinny K July 31, 2019 at 8:36 pm

    Thank you so much for sharing the road test tips! I just passed my road test this morning in NYC since I had been watching your driving lesson videos religiously, which my driving teacher neglected on teaching me. Your step-by-step instruction is a wonderful and great tool to grasp all the skills to practice for the road test. God bless.

  • Reply Nonye Ezeamii-Onwumere July 31, 2019 at 9:04 pm

    Just passed my road test and thanks for videos they really helped.

  • Reply Brantuh August 1, 2019 at 3:50 am

    That last tip will deem itself very useful to me, come Monday. I’m gonna have the Hershey squirts that morning. Thanks for these videos, Rick!

  • Reply Abby Liberatore August 4, 2019 at 10:26 pm

    I'm taking my permit tomorrow

  • Reply Brantuh August 5, 2019 at 6:17 pm

    I passed! Rick, thank you for these videos. They truly helped me out so much and I will surely continue to watch. You rule man! Thank you so much

  • Reply Jeovanni Mendez August 5, 2019 at 6:20 pm

    I got mine in 3 hours, pray for me boys.

  • Reply Burhan Khan August 5, 2019 at 7:39 pm

    Dear Rick, I would like to give you thanks coz your driving lesson video help me a lots. Today I have passed my driving test. I have watched your each and every single video which is fantastic and very helpful for student driver. I just took ten lesson in a driving school and watch your video and I passed in first time . Thanks again.

  • Reply lindsey is dead inside August 7, 2019 at 12:09 am

    tomorrow morning is my test! i know what i’m doing but i’m scared that my nerves will make me forget. thanks for the tips!

  • Reply michelle contreras August 7, 2019 at 3:40 pm

    Rick, you gotta help me. My driving test is in 30 minutes and the only thing that will soothe me is your measured tone and firm yet welcoming body language.

  • Reply Jenna August 8, 2019 at 3:13 pm

    Hi, I just failed my road test yesterday because I hit a pole when i was pulling out of the 90-degree parking spot. And when I was entering it my left mirror was going to hit the pole so I had to readjust myself and basically, I am terrible at 90-degree backing and I have practiced soo many times, how can I get better for my next test?
    Also. I am having a lot of trouble trying to schedule another test before the time school starts. everything before school is really far away and everything close to me has none available. please help

  • Reply VeVe el real August 9, 2019 at 11:49 am

    I take mine in 6 hours😭

  • Reply Yunus Emre Erkan August 12, 2019 at 12:00 am

    I just love your videos. p.s. I've got my driving test in 4 hrs 😀

  • Reply ʝιиχღ August 13, 2019 at 3:36 pm

    i’m so nervous !!! i have my test in 3 days

  • Reply MR HERSHEYBAR August 16, 2019 at 4:56 pm

    HEy! How'd you know I had a Uncle John!! 🤣🤣😁 Great video!

  • Reply Kia Mull August 17, 2019 at 5:29 pm

    Great Tips.. 2019..

  • Reply Kia Mull August 18, 2019 at 1:09 pm

    Helo Rick….

  • Reply Sylvia Bresko August 20, 2019 at 4:37 pm

    Today I take my road test! I’m really nervous and if anyone could give me a prayer it would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!
    Update: I passed (I’m still in shock!) thank you!

  • Reply Nat'z Production August 21, 2019 at 5:06 pm

    Remember to Poop, Breathe and Visualize. That’s much more relaxation for this. 😂😂
    I’m having the drive test today. So I will go Poop first. 😂

  • Reply Intense_Power August 26, 2019 at 5:23 pm

    My test is tomorrow morning and I’m so nervous idk if I’m gonna pass

  • Reply Susana Nava August 27, 2019 at 9:35 pm

    Thanks so much for share your tips, videos I passed my driving test

  • Reply Bashar mo August 28, 2019 at 2:17 am

    I’m taking my test tomorrow. And how old does the person ur going wit have to be

  • Reply Diana Kamanga August 29, 2019 at 12:54 pm

    My test is next week am sure I will pass

  • Reply Richard Nunez September 6, 2019 at 6:38 am

    Caught me of guard with number 10 💩💩 POOP, last thing i my mind would be that 😂😂 YEAH IM TAKING MY ROAD TEST TODAY BUT IF I DONT POOP 💩💩 I WONT PASS!!!

  • Reply Aisha Ismael September 9, 2019 at 4:56 pm

    My test is tomorrow

  • Reply Antonio Salvia September 12, 2019 at 2:27 am

    So good, so clear, so naisly expl. Thanks so much

  • Reply Iqra Akram September 18, 2019 at 10:41 pm

    I passed my driving test today. I was extremely scared but I did it😊. Thank for the tips

  • Reply Hector Gutierrez September 30, 2019 at 11:11 pm

    Thanks for the tips! Today I passed my exam! First try!

  • Reply Steven Criscione October 10, 2019 at 1:31 pm

    This made me feel a little bit better, it has been 15 years since I had to take a road test, but I was ordered to take another one in the state of Maine since I just moved here and they determined that my medical condition May impair driving but simultaneously, I feel I have total control over any vehicle I drive LOL, but I just get so so so nervous when someone else is in the vehicle judging me, that is my biggest fear! Then again, fear produces a higher sense of awareness, so whenever my next road test is, the vehicle I am driving will most likely get me my license and not have to take the test all over again

  • Reply Steven Criscione October 10, 2019 at 1:41 pm

    #10 My bigggggggestt problem

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