Taking the behind-the-wheel test is nerve-wracking. And it should be.
Driving is a dangerous task. You don’t want people out there on the roads that aren’t equipped to make the right choices while they’re operating a moving death trap!
So, learn the rules of the road and build confidence. There are a lot of people who fail their road test on the first attempt. A lot of times, it’s because they were anxious and made a simple mistake. But when you’re driving, a ‘simple’ mistake can be deadly.
What are simple mistakes that people make during their road test that cause them to fail? As you’ll see below, most of them come down to risky behaviors or breaking a traffic law. When you’re being graded by the the examiner, the big thing that they want to see is that you’re a responsible, safe driver. If you don’t stop at a stop sign, or change lanes without signaling and checking your blind-spots, then you just put yourself, the people around you, and the examiner at risk! As you can imagine, they’re not very fond of having their life threatened.[/vc_column_text][vc_single_image image=”10755″ img_size=”full” title=”Shareable Infographic”][vc_column_text]
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What if I fail my road test?
[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]If you fail the road test, you just need to practice a little more and then try again. You might feel bummed or embarrassed about not passing on the first try, but it’s more common than you think. It’s also better to fail the first time so that you have another chance to gain a solid foundation of driving knowledge before you start driving on your own.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]