1. Checking fluid levels
Make sure that your car's brake fluid, engine oil, transmission fluid, and power steering fluid levels are all at the correct levels. If not, fill them up or take your car to a mechanic to have them fixed.
2. Adjusting mirrors
Adjust your car's mirrors so that you can see as much as possible when you're driving. This includes both the rearview mirror and the side mirrors.
3. Checking seat belt
Make sure that your seat belt is fastened correctly and isn't twisted or tangled.
4. Starting the car and checking warning lights
Start your car and check to make sure that all of its warning lights are turned off. These lights may include the check engine light, the oil pressure light, or the battery light.
5. Driving forward and back
Drive forward and then drive back again, making sure to use both the gas pedal and the brake pedal.
6. Turning the car around in a tight space
Turn your car around in a tight space by doing a three-point turn. This will help you practice turning your car in a small area.
7. Parallel parking
Park your car in a space that is parallel to the curb. This can be tricky, so make sure to practice before your driving test.
8. U-turn in traffic
Make a U-turn in traffic by turning your car around in a wide space. This maneuver is often used when you need to turn around in a hurry.
9. Exit vehicle and check for any damage
Exit your vehicle and check for any damage that may have occurred during the driving test. If there is any damage, report it to the DMV office immediately.
10. Return vehicle to DMV office
Return your vehicle to the DMV office and turn in your keys. You will then be given your test results and a certificate of completion.