Read driver’s license manual:
You should know the traffic rules of your state and the road safety measures should also be well thought-out. The best way to be skilled at both things is to review the driver’s license manual. You can get a copy from your local driving bureau or traffic police office. These manuals are also available on the internet where you just need to type your query and search engines will provide you the required information.
Test your knowledge:
Now it’s time for the self evaluation. You should check your knowledge before going into the driving test. Request someone to interrogate you or make a sample quiz for you. Another way to assess is to visit different websites and get customised exams. These sites provide earlier tests that can really help you be prepared for the written exam and interview.
Get Behind the wheel:
Now it’s time to get on track but do ask some experienced person for guidance. It can be your dad, brother, friend or a professional instructor.
You better start from a vacant or less crowded space like remote ground, road or parking lot.
Before driving on the streets, make sure that you have complete control over steering, brakes, race, horn and indicators. A recent study shows that a normal person needs fifty hours of practise before getting the green light to drive without supervision. You may be a quick learner but it is better late than never.
Stick with basic lessons:
Remember, it takes hours of practise to get control over the wheel and just seconds to lose command. Do not be over confident and keep in mind all the basic instructions. Keep memorising the basic rules such as checking the back view mirror, watching the speed meter and concentrating on the road.
Now buckle up for test drive as you are good to go.