About The Test
So, what exactly happens on the big day? Well, your Driving Instructors In Edmonton will take you to the 2 hours before the driving test itself, which will last approximately forty minutes, during this time the examiner will take you through a wide variety of different driving situations; from busy town centers to residential estates, and from slow speed side roads to high-speed dual carriageways. He will be looking to see if you can cope by yourself, and if he thinks you can, then you will pass!
As well as all of this, you will be asked to perform one out of a possible four maneuvers at some stage during your test, and you should have the reasonable knowledge of how to carry out these as you would have been taught this by your Driving Instructors In Edmonton.
When you arrive at the test centre, you must bring your driving license. Just the card will do
Your Driving Instructors In Edmonton will provide you with the car you’re taking your test in, which will clearly have L plates shown. If you haven’t booked your driving test yet you can do it HERE
You should make sure that, at all costs, you’re not late for your test. Which is why your Driving Instructors In Edmonton will pick you up 2 hours prior and get there 15 minutes before the test itself. If you arrive more than five minutes late, then your test will be cancelled and you won’t get your fee back. This may sound harsh, but it’s not as if you didn’t know what time you were supposed to be there! And, you’ll probably have known about it for at least a month, so there’s really no excuse for arriving late!
Before you begin your test, you will be asked to read the number plate of a car roughly twenty metres away (20.5 metres, or 67 feet away is the minimum distance). This is your eyesight test, as believe it or not, your examiner won’t be very comfortable getting into a car with someone who can’t see! If you’re short-sighted, you’ll have to wear your glasses/contact lenses during your driving test. Oh, and it makes sense to wear them once you’ve passed as well, just in case you were in any doubt…