DMV ROAD TEST
Many people take their driver’s license road test without really being prepared. Many don’t get enough practice, or they haven’t practiced the right way. Others get very nervous because they don’t know what to expect on the test, or they know they are not really ready for it.
We want you to qualify for a license on your road test. Our driving program is designed to help you prepare for your test the right way, and give you a preview of what the test is like. In general, The DMV recommends that you get at least 30 hours of practice, with at least 10 hours in moderately heavy traffic. Our instructors will not just take you for a ride, they will help you prepare for the test, each time they take you out for a lesson. The DMV wants students to pass their test.
Our aim is to teach you to drive to a high standard and to PASS YOUR TEST THE FIRST TIME- we offer the best instruction and excellent value for your money.
What You Get
Get your license the fast and easy way.
Take the Road Test with Blue Steel Auto School, Inc.
Car for Road Test: $100
Appointment for Road Test: $35
Express Road Test Appointment $195
What to bring to the test
Your your Photo Learner’s Permit and your 5Hr Class certificate.
If you are 17 years old and possess a blue card, give it to the examiner or you must have your 50 hour Certification (MV252).
A vehicle to drive during the test. The vehicle must be properly registered, inspected, insured and equipped, and must be in good working order.
Motorcycle applications must bring an additional vehicle and driver to transport the license examiner during the test.
At the time of the road test, all front seat belts must be in working order. The passenger side belt, for the examiner’s use, must be readily available and clean.
A person at least 18 years of age who holds a license valid for operating the test vehicle.
BE THERE ON TIME
If you are not at the test site at least 30 minutes before the appointed time, you may have to make a new road test appointment at the local Motor Vehicle office. If you know ahead of time that you won’t be able to keep your road test appointment it must be cancelled at least 24 hours before the time of the test. Otherwise you will have to pay the DMV a rescheduling fee.
See what you are required to do on a road test, view the DMV Road Test Evaluation Form (in PDF Format).