1. Valid Driver's License:
Ensure that you have a valid Arizona driver's license before scheduling your road test. An expired or suspended license will lead to an automatic failure.
2. Proof of Insurance:
Bring proof of insurance for the vehicle you will be using for the test. The insurance should be current and in your name or the name of a registered owner.
3. Vehicle Registration:
Your vehicle must be properly registered in Arizona. Make sure you have the registration documents with you.
4. Vehicle Inspection:
Prior to the test, inspect your vehicle for any safety issues. Check for faulty brakes, lights, and signals. Correct any issues before your test.
5. Brake Lights and Signals:
Ensure that your brake lights and turn signals are working correctly. This is essential for signaling your intentions to other drivers.
6. Properly Inflated Tires:
Maintain proper tire pressure as specified in your vehicle's manual. Under-inflated or over-inflated tires can affect your vehicle's handling.
7. Functional Windshield Wipers:
Ensure that your windshield wipers are in good working condition. Clear visibility is crucial during adverse weather conditions.
8. Seatbelt and Safety Features:
Make sure your seatbelt is functional, and all safety features in the vehicle are in working order.
9. Rearview and Side Mirrors:
Adjust your mirrors to provide the best possible view of the road behind and to the sides of your vehicle.
10. Emergency Brake:
Familiarize yourself with the location and operation of the emergency brake in your vehicle. You may be asked to demonstrate it during the test.