FREE GEORGIA RULES TEST 5 - GEORGIA DRIVING TEST PRACTICE
If you have completed a defensive driving course, you may be able to save on your auto insurance premiums when buying a new or used car either by financing, leasing or through a bank car loan.
Regulatory traffic signs instruct drivers what they should, or should not do, in certain circumstances. You will be asked to identify roadway signs on the Georgia Driving Test.
Practicing For Your Georgia Road Skills Exam
Did you know there are over 6,975,900 drivers in Georgia alone? Every single one of these individuals had to take and pass a Road Skills exam that proved to the state that they were ready to drive without supervision. Not all of these people passed on their first try, in fact, around only 50% of people taking the exam for the first time will walk away with a license.
When it comes to preparing for your Georgia Road Skills Test the most important thing you could be doing is practicing. People who are preparing for their driving test typically fall into one of two groups, those who have acquired their instructional permit and are working their way up to their unrestricted license and those who are 18 years old and applying directly for their license. No matter which one describes you, you should be spending as much time as you can behind the wheel of a vehicle with an experienced driver at your side. If you are moving from your permit to your provisional or unrestricted license you will have to complete 40 hours of supervised driving, six of which need to be at night, but don’t stop there! Drive often, register for driving classes (defensive driving included), read and re-read your manual and speak with current drivers to get a glimpse into their experiences on the road.
While working on your driving skills, the Georgia Driver’s Manual should always be at your side as it outlines rules, regulations and other information that you’ll need to become a responsible driver. Be sure to commit to memory all of the fundamental driving laws, safe driving practices, highway signs, traffic signals, and road markers so you are ready for every situation you may encounter while on the road. To ensure you’ve learned how to be a great driver on paper you should take as many Georgia driving test practice as you can. There are also several things you should have experience in and excel at before tackling the driving test; parallel parking, backing, stopping for signs or traffic signals, turnabout, clutch use, approaching corners, yielding right-of-way, turning, passing, following and posture. Each of these is described in greater detail in your manual and on the official Georgia DMV website.
If you want to pass your Georgia Road Skills Exam with flying colors, it’s essential you understand how to be an outstanding driver, not just on paper but behind the wheel as well. Confidence in your knowledge and abilities to be safe and efficient on the road are key. So contact us today and let us help you be the best driver you can be!