Chapter 11, Section D:|
Accident During the Test
Revised April 19, 2008
If there is an accident during the road test:
Examiners must score each driving test according to the scoring schedule provided on the Score Sheet. Whether the test was completed or not, the form must be filled out in detail. Always include name of applicant, date of test, signature of the examiner conducting the test, license number of vehicle, class and condition of the vehicle. Circle the number of points to be deducted under the appropriate column. Add the total of all points deducted. More than 30 points deducted will be a failing grade.
Regardless of whether an applicant passes or fails the driving test, always call attention to each fault that was noted during the course of the driving test so that he may know what to do to improve his driving. This is particularly important in the case of failures. If the applicant fails the road test, fully explain the reasons for failure to him. Be specific. Advise the applicant of possibility of acquiring an “Instruction Permit”.
The applicant who fails cannot re-examine on the same day but must wait at least one week.