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

No. Once you have passed successfully your NJ written test, you do not need to pass the test again.
Only you and the examiner will be allowed in your vehicle during the Driving Exam. No one else is allowed.
Yes. You should wear contact lenses or glasses during your exam if that is what you normally use to see.
If you fail your NJ Driving Exam, you will be able to retake the exam after a two week waiting period. However, you shouldn't rush retaking your exam. Before retaking the exam, study and practice thoroughly. Pay attention to what your examiner indicates as your weaknesses and work upon improving your driving skills. If you fail the NJ Driving Exam twice, you may be required to wait at least 6 months before you take the exam again.
A licensed driver who is 21 years old or older must accompany you to your NJ Driving Exam.
The best way to pass your NJ Driving Exam is to practice driving safely. You should able to demonstrate to your examiner that you are skilled enough to drive alone. You should practice changing lanes properly, signaling effectively, accelerating smoothly and gradually.
The examiner will first inspect your vehicle by checking your head lights, brake lights, car tag and your signal lights. If your car is in goo working conditions and meets NJ safety standards, the examiner will ask you to demonstrate the brakes, signal lights and windshield wipers. If you answer those questions successfully, then you will start your engine.
During your NJ Driving Exam, you will have to demonstrate that you know how to drive defensively, yield the right-of-way, stop at controlled and uncontrolled intersections, change lanes, back up, parallel park and many more practical driving skills.