1. Book your DMV Appointment in Advance.
You can book your DMV appointment right from your couch! It’s normally best to pick the DMV closest to where you live. If you’d like to schedule an appointment click this link: https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/make-an-appointment/
2. Make Sure to Study.
Even though you’ve already passed your written exam, you should still set aside some time each day to study your driver handbook. You never know what might pop up during your Behind the Wheel exam!
Here is a link to the handbook: https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/file/california-driver-handbook-pdf/
3. Practice, Practice, Practice
Put your permit to good use and make sure that you are following driving laws to the best of your ability at all times. If you are always adhering to the laws then it will be a piece of cake the day of. If the thought of an exam or test makes you squeamish, try going for a practice test with a parent or guardian.
4. Which Car Are You Taking For A Spin?
Make sure you let your parents know the date and time of your exam beforehand so that they can set the time aside. It is also vital to remember to ask to borrow someone’s car for the exam; and remember, they must have registration and insurance.
5. Keep it Cool
Remember to get a good night’s rest and eat a good meal the day of the exam. Don’t be afraid to ask questions during the test but also stay focused and take deep breaths if you feel nervous.
Good luck! For more test information, you can visit: https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/driver-education-and-safety/educational-materials/fast-facts/preparing-for-your-driving-test-ffdl-22/