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Frequently Asked Questions - Preparing For Your NH Driving Exam (Or Road Test)
- What should I expect on my NH Driving Exam?
- Is there anything I should do the night before my NH Driving Exam?
- Do I need to supply my own car for my NH Driving Exam?
- What do I need to bring with me on the day of my NH Driving Exam?
- Do I need to learn how to parallel park for my NH Driving Exam?
- Where do I take my NH Driving Exam?
- How should I practice driving for my NH Driving Exam?
- Where can I practice driving for my NH Driving Exam?
Your examiner wants to see that you are capable of driving safely and effectively. During your NH Driving Exam, you want to make sure that you are not driving too quickly or too slowly; you want to accelerate smoothly and gradually. Obey all stop signs and traffic signals, do not tailgate other vehicles and stay in the correct lane. You should also know what various street signs and traffic signals indicate to drivers on the road.
The night before your NH Driving Exam, you should practice driving with a licensed driver who is 25 years old or older. You should make sure you get a good night's rest as well.
Yes. You must supply a vehicle for your NH Driving Exam that is in good working condition. The vehicle should be properly registered and insured.
On the day of your NH Driving Exam, you should bring a registered vehicle and your NH Permit. A licensed driver should accompany you. If you are under 18, you should also bring a green Driver Education Completion Certificate and a completed Driver's Out-Of-Class Log Sheet.
Yes. You will need to learn how to parallel park for your NH Driving Exam. Whether you will be asked to parallel park on your NH Driving Exam is up to the discretion of your examiner.
You will take your exam at a local DMV office.
You should practice and develop a number of safe driving skills. You should feel comfortable accelerating smoothly and gradually, passing through intersections safely, changing lanes effectively, coming to a complete stop at stop signs and traffic signals, sharing the road with other drives, maintaining the speed limit, staying in the correct lane and more. Remember during your exam, your primary responsibility is to demonstrate to your examiner that you know how to drive safely and effectively.
Anywhere in the New Hampshire as long as you are accompanied by a licensed driver, who is 25 years old or older, whenever you are behind the wheel. You should begin practicing in familiar areas then progress to different areas that will test your driving knowledge and your adaptability to different driving situations.