1. Valid learner's permit:
Before taking the test, ensure your learner's permit is valid and hasn't expired. Renew it if necessary.
2. Proof of insurance:
Bring proof of insurance for the vehicle you'll be using during the test.
3. Vehicle registration:
Ensure your vehicle's registration is current and the documentation is in the car.
4. Functioning turn signals:
Test your vehicle's turn signals to make sure they work properly.
5. Working brake lights:
Check that your brake lights are functioning correctly.
6. Tires with adequate tread:
Inspect your tires to ensure they have sufficient tread depth for safe driving.
7. Functional horn:
Ensure your horn is working as it should.
8. Unobstructed windshield and mirrors:
Clean your windshield and adjust your mirrors to have an unobstructed view.
9. Seatbelts for all passengers:
Ensure there are enough seatbelts for everyone in the vehicle, and that they work properly.
10. Properly adjusted and functioning headlights:
Check that your headlights are properly aligned and functioning.