Passing your driving test may seem daunting for any beginners, but studying hard can get you that coveted card. The real test comes when you’re on the road. Despite passing the tests, many drivers tend to forget what they learned and end up violating traffic rules.
A commonly broken rule is not wearing the seatbelts. It has been proven that this simple task has saved thousands of lives. Despite it being one of the first and most important tasks taught during driving lessons, people still overlook it. Another habit that can be fatal is being distracted during driving. Even if we know to “focus on the road”, many drivers shift their focus to their mobile phones, their passengers, or even just something on the roadside. No matter what it is, it is never important enough to compromise your and your companions’ safety while traveling on the roads.
Let’s see how much you have learned (or can remember) and if it’s good enough to pass a driver license test if you were to sit for one today. Passing it means you can get your license, yay!