FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Review our most frequently asked questions as well as information regarding your road test.
YOU HAVE THE QUESTIONS - WE HAVE THE ANSWERS
How many lessons will I need?
Can I use my own vehicle for my lessons?
Can I use my own vehicle for my road test?
Will I know who my examiner is, or can I request a specific examiner?
YOUR ROAD TEST
What to expect, and what to bring.
Before the road tests, the driver examiner will introduce themselves to you and say a few friendly words. He or she will then explain what will happen during the road test including maneuvers that you will be asked to complete. You will then be given an opportunity to ask any questions.
During the road test, the driver examiner will remain quiet except to give you directions or notify you of a situation that requires your attention. Ongoing discussion during a road test may distract you. The driver examiner will not try to trick you or ask you to do anything illegal. If you are not clear about directions, be sure to ask the driver examiner for clarification.
Keep in mind that the driver examiner is not there to teach you or coach you through the road test. They are there to evaluate your driving against criteria based on safe driving practices and the rules of the road.
At the end of the test, the driver examiner will advise you of your road test results and give suggestions to improve further your driving. You may also ask your driver examiner to advise your supervisor of these results and suggestions.