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How to Pass Your California Drivers Test • Getting your license is an exciting teens in a teens life. Each and everyone has a different experience. • To acquire a California Driver License you need to complete a few stages. • If you are under 17 ½ you must first complete Drivers Education. Not many school offer in classroom Driver Education anymore. The California Driver Education is mostly done online. Driver Ed is basically preparing you for the written Permit Test. • Ounce you have completed Driver Education You will receive a certificate of completion. Now you are ready to take the written test at your local DMV. When you pass the written test you will be issued and Permit. • Important: If you are a Teen under 17 ½ then please note your permit is not valid till you have a driving Lesson with a Certified Driving School and the instructor signs your Permit. This signed permit allows you to drive in the car with an adult 25 or older. • To attain your license you must complete 6 hours of behind-the-wheel training with a Licensed Driving School Like Top Notch Driving School and 50 hours with a Parent or adult over 25. • Once you complete you 6 Hours with a license Driving School they will issue a certificate of certificate. A Teen needs to wait 6 months and 1 day from the day the pass the permit test to take the driving test • If you are over 18 you are considered and adult and still will have to take both a written and behind the wheel tests in order to obtain your license but you do not have to do Driver Ed and you do not have to go to a Driving School. Your driving test will last about 15 to 20 minutes. The Driving test consists of basic actions you will encounter while driving, such as: • Left and right turns. • Stops at controlled and uncontrolled intersections. • Straight line backing. • Lane changes. • Driving in regular street traffic. • Driving on the freeway (if required) • The 50 Practice is Key. The 6 Hours with the Driving is not enough. It is important that you practice what your Instuctor Thought you. • Remember the Key Word – SMOG (Signal, Mirror, Over the Shoulder and Go When Save) DO this for all maneuvers. . • Safe driving tips. Practice these tips to improve your driving skills: o Steer smoothly at all times. o Accelerate smoothly. Don’t rev the engine or make it stall. o Stop the vehicle gently. Start braking well ahead of where you must stop to avoid sudden movement. Know where to stop. Be aware of crosswalks. If your view is blocked at a crosswalk, move forward carefully and look both ways before entering the intersection. o Be sure your vehicle is in the correct gear. Don’t grind the gears. Don’t coast to a stop. o Always obey the posted speed limits. If needed, reduce your speed to adjust for existing weather, road, and other traffic conditions. Remember to turn on your headlights if you need to use your windshield wipers in poor weather conditions. o Follow at a safe distance. Use the 3 second rule. Increase your following distance in bad weather or poor visibility. o Know what the traffic signals mean and obey them at all times. o Always use the proper lane. Turn from the correct lane into the correct lane. o Signal for all lane changes and turns. o Always look for potential hazards (scan), and check your mirrors frequently. Always look over the proper shoulder before making lane changes or pulling away from the curb. o Drive defensively. Anticipate another driver’s errors. Important Links: 1. California Driver Handbook 2. Minors' Permit Requirements 3. Minors' Permit Restrictions

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