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Frequently Asked Questions - Preparing For Your VA Driving Exam (Or Road Test)
- Do I have to supply my own vehicle for my VA Driving Exam?
- What documents do I need to take with me when I take my VA Driving Exam?
- Is there anything in particular I should do the night before my VA Driving Exam?
- How can I schedule my VA Driving Exam?
- Where do I need to go to take my VA Driving Exam if I am under 19?
- If I'm older than 19, where can I take my Driving Exam?
- Can I drive at any time with my VA Permit?
- Where can I find more information about VA driving schools?
- What skills should I develop for my VA Driving Exam?
- Where can I practice driving?
Yes. You must bring your own vehicle for your road test. This vehicle should be in good working condition. It's a good idea to use the same vehicle with which you practiced. The vehicle must be insured. It must have a valid safety inspection sticker, a license plate and registration card. The VA DMV is very strict about this so to be extra certain you ask more questions about what is required when you schedule your Driving Exam.
You should bring your Learner's Permit, proof of your social security number, your identity and your residency in Virginia. If you are under 19, you must
Relax and get a good night's rest. Don't try to to learn new tricks or even new skills. The night before your Driving Exam, you should feel prepared and confident in the work that you have put in beforehand.
You can schedule your driving test by calling the DMV or by visiting your local DMV office.
If you are under 19, your road test will be apart of your Driver's Education course.
If you are 19 years old or older, you must take your road test at a local DMV office.
No. You may not. You may not drive between midnight and 4 AM, and you may not drive any time that you are not accompanied by a licensed driver who is 21 years old or older.
Driving training is available at most high schools. You can find a list of private training schools by visiting this website: http://www.dmv.state.va.us/drivers/#cdl_schools.asp.
For your VA Driving Exam, you should be able to demonstrate your examiner that you know how to drive safely. You should practice coming to complete stops, signaling effectively, braking smoothly and backing up safely.
Anywhere in Virginia as long as you are accompanied by a licensed driver who is 21 years old or older. While you possess a Learner's Permit, you are not allowed to drive in a vehicle without a licensed driver who is 21 years old or older present.