How to Prepare for Your Texas Driving Test


These are some tips on how to prepare for, and what the driving examiner will look for, when you are ready to take your drivers license test in the State of Texas:

How to Prepare for Your Texas Driving Test


Some of the tips from that page read:

Vehicle Inspection

Before you begin the driving test, the vehicle you bring must pass an inspection to ensure it is safe and can be legally operated on public roadways. The examiner will check for:

    • Two license plates with the exception of single out-of-state or temporary plates; no auto dealership plates (permanently affixed to the front and back of the vehicle)
    • Operational speedometer
    • A properly functioning horn
    • Turn signals on the front and back of the vehicle
    • Unexpired vehicle registration and inspection
    • Unexpired insurance (applicant cannot be listed as “excluded driver”)
    • At least one rearview mirror inside or outside of the vehicle
    • Driver and front passenger door must open normally
    • Functioning seatbelts
    • Compensate for any restrictions on the driver. Examples would be eye glasses or a prosthetic device if required.
    • Brake lights
    • Windshield wipers, headlights, and taillights, depending on weather conditions and time of day