I am a student here I failed the behind the wheels test twice even though I had passed the writing test with score 100!
I was totally disappointed and hopeless because I really needed to have my driving license ! So I called the Newport Driving School and they sent an instructor to train me,his name is Carlos,he is such a nice guy ,he is an expert in his work.He gave me a lesson and he taught me well enough that I passed the test with a very good score and almost no mistakes!
THANK YOU CARLOS
Azadeh T. - Costa Mesa, CA
Includes: Pick-Up and Drop-Off from anywhere, School, Home, or Work, Driving School Car for your Road Test with Dual Brake Control, Commercial Insurance and one hour Behind The Wheel Training (Brush-Up Lesson). WE SET UP YOUR DMV DRIVING TEST APPOINTMENT FOR YOU!, OUR STUDENTS HAVE THE BEST DRIVING PERFORMANCE EVALUATION SCORE SHEETS!
Safe driving tips. Practice these tips to improve your driving skills:
Steer smoothly at all times.
Accelerate smoothly. Don’t race the engine or make it stall.
Stop the vehicle gently. Start braking well ahead of where you must stop to avoid sudden “jerks.” Know where to stop. Be aware of crosswalks. If your view is blocked at a crosswalk, move forward carefully and look both ways before entering the intersection.
Be sure your vehicle is in the correct gear. Don’t grind the gears. Don’t coast to a stop.
Always obey the posted speed limits. If needed, reduce your speed to adjust for existing weather, road, and other traffic conditions. Remember to turn on your lights if you need to use your windshield wipers in poor weather conditions.
Follow at a safe distance. Use the three-second rule. Increase your following distance in bad weather or poor visibility.
Know what the traffic signals mean and obey them at all times.
Always use the proper lane. Turn from the correct lane into the correct lane.
Signal for all lane changes and turns.
Always look for potential hazards (scan). Check your mirrors frequently. Always
Look over the proper shoulder before making lane changes or pulling away from the curb.
Drive defensively. Anticipate another driver’s errors.