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Frequently Asked Questions - Taking Your KY Driving Exam (Or Road Test)

You should expected to be tested on your ability to drive safely and effectively. You should be able to make a quick stop, observe intersections, pass other vehicles safely and use the appropriate lanes.
You and your examiner are the only people allowed in your vehicle during the driving exam. No one else will be permitted.
If you fail your road test, your examiner will tell you why you failed. You should take into account how he/she suggest you improve. Pay attention to what your examiner says and work upon improving your driving skills. The waiting period between each test is 7 days. If you fail the road test six times, you will need to wait 6 months before you are able to take the test again. If you fail your KY Driving Exam, do not rush retaking it.
Remember to pay attention to oncoming traffic. Stay within the speed limit and leave a safe distance between yourself and other cars. Check your mirrors regularly. Always come to a complete stop and keep both hands on your steering wheel at all times. Do not chat too frequently or swerve abruptly.
A licensed driver who is 21 years old or older should accompany you.