PassTheWheel Free Online    Road Test Checklist

PassTheWheel.com provides the best solution for help with the California Class C written knowledge test. We also help you pass the road test.
Your driving instructor (Parent, Guardian, Friend, Spouse or Instructor) should review and guide you through this list to ensure that you have followed the requirements of each skill. The road test will be 20 to 30 minutes and you must demonstrate good driving practices, skill and control of your vehicle.
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Checklist for California Class C DMV Passenger Vehicle Road Test

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Starting - includes releasing handbrake and operation of all vehicle controls such as: hazard light, turn signals, headlights, wipers, mirror, horn and seatbelt

Practice 1:  Y N  
Practice 2:  Y N  
Practice 3:  Y N  
Practice 4:  Y N  

Stopping - Visual checks, stops behind crosswalk or limit line

Practice 1:  Y N  
Practice 2:  Y N  
Practice 3:  Y N  
Practice 4:  Y N  

Turning - includes indicating ahead of the turn, slowing, correct lane usage at beginning and end of turn, yielding right-of-way, and reacting appropriately to hazards

Practice 1:  Y N  
Practice 2:  Y N  
Practice 3:  Y N  
Practice 4:  Y N  

Traffic signs

Practice 1:  Y N  
Practice 2:  Y N  
Practice 3:  Y N  
Practice 4:  Y N  

Traffic lights

Practice 1:  Y N  
Practice 2:  Y N  
Practice 3:  Y N  
Practice 4:  Y N  

Passing vehicles - includes indicating, mirror check & shoulder check

Practice 1:  Y N  
Practice 2:  Y N  
Practice 3:  Y N  
Practice 4:  Y N  

Driving in passing lane - Visual checks, shoulder check, speed & indicating

Practice 1:  Y N  
Practice 2:  Y N  
Practice 3:  Y N  
Practice 4:  Y N  

Traveling through controlled intersections - includes visual checks

Practice 1:  Y N  
Practice 2:  Y N  
Practice 3:  Y N  
Practice 4:  Y N  

Traveling through uncontrolled intersections - includes visual checks

Practice 1:  Y N  
Practice 2:  Y N  
Practice 3:  Y N  
Practice 4:  Y N  

Parallel parking on flat surface, uphill or downhill, includes indicating, mirror and shoulder check, wheel position, and engaging & releasing handbrake when appropriate

Practice 1:  Y N  
Practice 2:  Y N  
Practice 3:  Y N  
Practice 4:  Y N  

Staying aware of dangerous conditions and reacting appropriately

Practice 1:  Y N  
Practice 2:  Y N  
Practice 3:  Y N  
Practice 4:  Y N  

Periodic visual checks (moving your head slightly tells the examiner you are aware) Tip: Avoid, if possible, wearing dark sunglasses that prevent examiner eye check

Practice 1:  Y N  
Practice 2:  Y N  
Practice 3:  Y N  
Practice 4:  Y N  

Maintain appropriate space cushion ahead at all times, depending on speed and driving conditions

Practice 1:  Y N  
Practice 2:  Y N  
Practice 3:  Y N  
Practice 4:  Y N  

Use of good judgment pertaining to vehicle and pedestrian right-of-way

Practice 1:  Y N  
Practice 2:  Y N  
Practice 3:  Y N  
Practice 4:  Y N  

Forward parking - engaging & releasing handbrake when appropriate

Practice 1:  Y N  
Practice 2:  Y N  
Practice 3:  Y N  
Practice 4:  Y N  

Reversing or reverse parking - includes visual checks, shoulder check, engaging & releasing handbrake when, and if, appropriate

Practice 1:  Y N  
Practice 2:  Y N  
Practice 3:  Y N  
Practice 4:  Y N  

Obeying posting speed with extra caution around school zones

Practice 1:  Y N  
Practice 2:  Y N  
Practice 3:  Y N  
Practice 4:  Y N  

Use of handbrake where, and if, appropriate

Practice 1:  Y N  
Practice 2:  Y N  
Practice 3:  Y N  
Practice 4:  Y N  

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