Taking the road test in NH tomorrow. What should I know?
January 20, 2014 12:33 PM Subscribe
Another late driver getting a license for the time. I've seen previous AskMe questions on road test advice, but I was wondering if there's anything unexpected that will come up on the NH test. (I'm taking it in Claremont in an automatic.)
posted by redlines to Travel & Transportation (6 answers total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
I've been driving with an instructor about once every two weeks for a few months now. I feel reasonably confident, but I haven't had the chance to practice much with friends outside the lessons. My instructor teaches in VT, so she's not too familiar with the NH tests.
I'm mentally making a list of things that will come up: hill starts, parallel/perpendicular/angular parking, 3-point turn. Anything else (besides general driving around the block)? One thing I'm still nervous about is entering the highway, though I'm fine with changing lanes and exiting. Do they ever ask you to get on the highway? Other than the obvious mistakes like, um, hitting something, or not signaling/stopping when necessary, or not checking your mirrors and blind spots, what are some errors that a new driver might make without realizing it?