What To Do Before Your Driving Test?

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What To Do Once You Get Into the Car Before Your Driving Test?
Don't take even a second for granted on your driving test. The examiner will fully expect to see a cockpit drill once he/she asks you to begin the test. Start on the right foot and show just how safe and aware you are from the first minute. This will put them at ease, give a great impression, and boost your confidence right at the start by nailing something that is exceptionally simple. Make sure you know the drill, take the test now.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What is the first thing you should do when entering the car?

    • A.

      Pull the seat-belt out

    • B.

      Look at the Mirrors

    • C.

      Close the door gently 

    • D.

      Clean the seat

    • E.

      Turn the engine on

    Correct Answer
    C. Close the door gently 
    Explanation
    When entering the car, the first thing you should do is close the door gently. This is important because closing the door gently ensures that it is properly closed and avoids any damage to the door or the car. It also helps to maintain a quiet and comfortable environment inside the car.

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  • 2. 

    What is the second thing to reach out to?

    • A.

      Seat-belt

    • B.

      Mirrors

    • C.

      Handbrake

    • D.

      Turn the engine on

    • E.

      Seat

    Correct Answer
    C. Handbrake
    Explanation
    The second thing to reach out to after getting into a car would be the handbrake. This is because before starting the engine or adjusting the mirrors, it is important to engage the handbrake to ensure that the car remains stationary and does not roll away. The handbrake is a safety feature that helps to prevent accidents and should be used before starting the engine or releasing the foot brake.

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  • 3. 

    What is the third and last of the safety things to do in the drill?

    • A.

      Mirrors

    • B.

      Turn the engine on

    • C.

      Make sure the car is in neutral

    • D.

      Seat

    • E.

      Put your seat-belt on

    Correct Answer
    C. Make sure the car is in neutral
    Explanation
    In the given options, the correct answer is "Make sure the car is in neutral". During a drill, it is important to ensure that the car is in neutral before starting the engine. This is a safety measure to prevent any accidental movement of the vehicle while performing the drill. By putting the car in neutral, it eliminates the risk of the car unexpectedly moving forward or backward, ensuring the safety of those involved in the drill.

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  • 4. 

    After the 3 safety checks, what should be the next thing to consider?

    • A.

      Mirrors

    • B.

      Seat

    • C.

      Start the car

    • D.

      Seat-belt

    Correct Answer
    B. Seat
    Explanation
    After the 3 safety checks, the next thing to consider should be the seat. This is important because ensuring that the seat is adjusted properly and securely fastened will provide the driver with the necessary comfort and stability while operating the vehicle. It is crucial to have a comfortable seating position to maintain control and have a clear view of the road ahead. Additionally, a properly adjusted seat can help minimize the risk of injury in the event of a collision or sudden stop.

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  • 5. 

    Then what comes next?

    • A.

      Seat-belt

    • B.

      Mirrors

    • C.

      Start the car

    • D.

      De-mist the windscreen

    Correct Answer
    B. Mirrors
    Explanation
    The last two must be done in that order. If you adjust your mirros, then your seat, you'll change the angle and your mirrors will be useless.

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  • 6. 

    The last thing should be...

    • A.

      Seat-belt

    • B.

      Start the car

    • C.

      Wipers

    • D.

      Lights

    Correct Answer
    A. Seat-belt
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Seat-belt because it is the last thing that should be done before starting the car. It is important to buckle up for safety reasons before driving. Starting the car, using the wipers, and turning on the lights can all be done after ensuring that the seat-belt is securely fastened.

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  • 7. 

    A few more questions about what not to do before the test.   What is the thing that must be avoided a night before the test?

    • A.

      Stay up late at night.

    • B.

      Party with friends.

    • C.

      Revise for the written test.

    • D.

      Watch racing movies to observe how they drive.

    • E.

      Play video games for an hour.

    • F.

      Nothing matters, just do whatever you want to do.

    • G.

      Make sure to eat and sleep on time.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Stay up late at night.
    B. Party with friends.
    D. Watch racing movies to observe how they drive.
    F. Nothing matters, just do whatever you want to do.
    Explanation
    The question asks what should be avoided a night before the test. The correct answer options are "Stay up late at night," "Party with friends," "Watch racing movies to observe how they drive," and "Nothing matters, just do whatever you want to do." These options suggest activities that can distract or hinder a student's preparation for the test. Staying up late at night can lead to fatigue and lack of focus, partying with friends can result in late nights and potential distractions, watching racing movies is unrelated to the test material, and having a careless attitude of doing whatever one wants can lead to neglecting preparation. Therefore, all these options should be avoided before the test.

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  • 8. 

    What should one do if they fail their on-road driving test? 

    • A.

      Say sorry to the inspector and ask for one more chance. 

    • B.

      Schedule your next driving test whenever you feel ready. 

    • C.

      Practice driving and go again for the licensing process all over again.

    • D.

      There is nothing can be done, wait until they call you again.

    Correct Answer
    B. Schedule your next driving test whenever you feel ready. 
    Explanation
    If someone fails their on-road driving test, the best course of action is to schedule their next driving test whenever they feel ready. This allows them to have more time to practice and improve their driving skills before attempting the test again. Saying sorry to the inspector and asking for another chance may not guarantee a retest, and starting the licensing process all over again would be unnecessary if the individual only needs to retake the driving test. Waiting until they are called again is not the proactive approach to take in this situation.

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