IS YOUR CAR SUITABLE FOR THE ROAD TEST?
The Examiner must have access to the center brake, or unrestricted access to the foot brake. (Center emergency brake is strongly recommended)
The Examiner has unrestricted access to the foot brake. (Make sure nothing is stored between the seats)
Must be Licensed
The person taking you to your road test must be 21 years old, and have a valid driver's license for 3 or more years.
Red decals MUST be on the front and rear plate of the vehicle used for the test for any provisional driver under the age of 21.
"Out of State" Driver License
You CAN be accompanied to your road test with a person with an "Out of State" Driver License, but they MUST drive you there. A GDL permit holder can ONLY drive with someone who has a New Jersey License for 3 years or more and who is 21 or older.
Car registered "Out of State"
You CAN do your road test in a car registered out of state, as long as the registration and insurance card are valid.
If the person accompanying the student to the road test has a NJ Driver License, the student may drive themselves to the testing center; however, if the accompanying person has an "Out of State" License, that person MUST drive. The student cannot drive the car unless the accompanying person has a NJ Driver License.
Brakes and Brake Lights
All Brake lights must work. Brakes must be in good working order (pedal must not fade or go to the floorboard).