A.R. BEATZ: My dad always said a real driver is someone who can drive a stick shift.
A Cappella Trudbol: I'm surprised you took the test and had only one hand on the wheel from the
start. You would definitely not get away with that on a test in France. And
yes, I know it's a stick shift, and yes, you're supposed to keep both hands
on the wheel when you're not changing gears.
D3mang3l: This has to be fake, only because I have never heard of a test instructor
being so nice and friendly and considerate. Mine was a like having an
angry silent judgmental history teacher with loud nose breathing... Just
left... Right... 3 point. Parallel, take us back please... You got 5
points for taking that one turn too wide. Here is your temporary... be
Errupttz: lol all these "driving exprets" most people commenting are prob kids who
just got their license or have less then 5 years of experience lol. and
jeese give the kid a break he's a new driver and passed while driving stick
he did pretty damn well if you ask me. I doubt more then half the people
who commented on this video can even drive stick.
nickwick35: going for my test in 2 days, i'm crapting my pants thinking about it
TheProMode: i like how he drove one handed the whole time
04smallmj: Less than 10 seconds of driving and you already show a very bad habit. It's
pretty shocking that you can pass a driving test like this.
Jaylesia Johnson: Going to take mine soon as they open today.. Im so scared
Norman G: HE IS DRIVING WITH ONE HAND.
milkywaytoheaven: If you're nervous about your driving test, you probably should hold it off.
From what i gathered, the more nervous you are, the more you worry about
your skills, etc etc will definitely have an impact on your driving. And if
you get a hard ass instructor, be thankful. Why? Why should you get a
pickle-bag for an instructor? Because those are the instructors who actually
want you to pass and round off your rough edges. If you fail because they
were nit-picky, oh well... that's the advice you're gonna need anyway so
you don't make the same mistake again, and on the road. A lot of my pals
take their test at courses where every instructor is a great guy or good
person and coach you along the way... and those are the friends im never in
a vehicle with because most of em have had a car wreck in the first year of
owning a license. And they were the people who caused the accidents. Over
what? Parallel parking, backing into a space, turning into the wrong lane
of traffic, roll stops, going 20 above the posted speed limit, and more.
All of these which are tested by a hard instructor and would be scrutinized
till you perfect it. I used to be the same way, i failed 2 times. Had the
same instructor twice and i hated her... but i took her advice and her
criticism and passed my 3rd time. You should never be nervous or jittery
about anything, driving is about knowing your car and how to handle it.
If you've practiced and know what you're doing, then you gotta roll in with
confidence. Instructors can smell it when you fear making a mistake. If you
know the rules and can drive with confidence, you will pass. There's no
reason any new driver who's taking their driving test should fail if they
know what they're doing and can get the job done.
Collin Berend: One hand?! How the freak did he pass?
AssertedHD: That driving test was easier than pooping.
badmiyagi .s: I'm still waiting for driver license authorities and driving schools to
include "more awareness" clarity and what it truly means to be privileged
The other thing is to include ' how to bring a sudden acceleration car
under control'. Take your numb foot off the gas pedal, don't drive with
both feet (one on the brake and the other on the gas pedal( generally the
long one on the right)....no, the other right! Also don't cross your legs
while using those, you know ....pedals
Jose Espinoza: you know your boss when you can drive standard!😉
Chaparra Yay: Omg I'm scared (taking mine next week). I'm really scared now after that
lady said "you hit a cone, that's an automatic fail"
Michael carmenate: whats the the speed limit on a drivers test in Florida??!! 30?
Danielle Frič: It's so fkng scary 😟😟 I'm paranoid I'm so scared but I need to pass mine.
I only have a few months left
George Howard: I live in England, and I would fail if I kept one hand on the gear stick
all the time, here you keep 2 hands on the wheel and change gear when you
Umna Khalid: I have ,y drive test tomorrow :( Im craptttttting in my pants and im
shivering already :/
Lime Loves Green: Is it me or he is not looking at his blind spots when he turns ?! I live in
canada, maybe its different here but i failed my road test because of my
blind spots, aparently i wasnt looking far enough !! My 2nd try is in 1
day, and im soo stressed out !!
William T.: Taking mine tomorrow at Vallejo... Hope I pass'
Ruby: This lady is so sweet. I hope my examiner is like this because I'm going to
be so nervous.
Scott Brixey: Manual bimmer. Like it
graham de la mare: Lol Where I live Guernsey (an island between France and UK) the driving
time can take up to an hour. But before you drive anywhere you are required
to do an eyesite test, a Vehicle safety test, and knowing your vehicle
test. During the driving examination your examiner will write down
everything and anything you do wrong/unsafe. You can actually get a
automatic fail for even touching the sidewalk.
josh bridges: I'm surprised she didn't say anything about the tassel hanging from his
rear view mirror.
Elise Estrada: umm 2 hands on the wheels??
alien chip: im 22 and I dont know how to drive!
marcicanp: I hope they don't talk to me as much as they talked to you while you were
driving because I get distracted! I know they are supposed to tell us what
to do but idk talking in general throws me off
Freddy Razz ear: Whenever taking your drivers license,every single time you have to make a
turn you have to always turn on the signal,It's called ‘‘Indicating your
turn".Because,if you don't turn the signal on you loose points.
uriel solis: You would of automatically have failed driving with one hand in vegas
Boris Deyanov: His turning technique is pretty bad, especially because he never puts his
shifting hand on his steering wheel. It's dangerous because you don't have
complete hand control when turning... How you passed this is beyond me.
BASSGOON: Took mine today. Was redonkulously easy. If anyone is going to the MVD/DMV
in Avondale, AZ it starts off with parallel parking. Wouldn't even sweat
that. The space is 2 or 3 cars long. The actual driving portion is 5 mins
long max. The route I took was a square.
habbomanish: Damn it's so freaking easy to get your drivers license in USA. Here in
Sweden we are not even permitted to use the brakes only if we have to due
to the ecosystem... as it takes more gas if you use the brakes. That means
we have to plan our driving so that we can engine brake before a crossing
and pass without using the brakes if there's no car coming.
Adam Ray: The video quality was kind of pour
dedokta: In Australia you would have failed before the test even began for having
the car running without a licensed driver sitting next to you. If you start
the car before they are sitting in it with their seat belt on then you
DexDaCat: We have the same car
noshow66: Taking my test in 2 hours. Wish me luck!
Andrew Jeon: this lady is really nice compare to other ones
1972FordF150: His driving seems awfully roostery for taking his drivers test.
Durante Mundle: My test is tomorrow. Im excited
Hydro Rus: I take my driving test in about 2 hours, wish me luck!!!
fifty caliber: Im taking my test in a BMW M3
redcarrot wthnow: I live in Missouri and I failed the drivers test 2 times already!!!!!! I am
a great driver, I have good control of the vehicle, but I keep getting
points taken off for minor things like parallel parking and stopping on the
line of a stop sign( little things like that) this sucks :(
badmiyagi .s: Oh ya, throw runaway car gear lever into neutral. Then use brakes to SAFELY
bring vehicle to rest.... No not in the middle of the highway!
Levi Hanson: Does anyone know if their is parallel parking in Minnasota
scott werner: stick shift!!! one hand!!! nice lady!!!! wtf!!!!???
joel romero: They dint even tell him bout the lights
Dina Quintanilla: I thought videotaping the test wasnt allowed...?
Ken Guillartes: I had mine today and passed with no errors :D
Stephen Teng: Guys, I'll be moving from California to Nevada. I was licensed in
California but it expired. I haven't been driving for 5 years. I had a car
accident at the start of year 2010. If anyone is living in Nevada, please
answer my question. Do I have to take the driver's test again after moving