This is the first part, during this part you are required to do the air brake testing, the in cab inspection. As well as listing all the engine compartments, steering components, all lights/ reflectors, aslo the stop sign.
The second part of the road test consist of:
These exercises help you to learn how to control the vehicle while you are backing up.
Straight Line Backing: Is driving straight back between cones and not hitting any of them.
Offset Back/Right or left: Vehicle should stay in left lane and student should move to the right lane without hitting any cones. Each movement with changing directions counts as pull-ups.
Same Way Offset backing/left: vehicle in the right line should move to the left on.
Parallel parking: you have to park your trailer truck into a parking space between cones. The driver can not hit the cones or change his moves to get in the right place. You should do it with a first try.
Each of these steps you have to do as the examiner says, otherwise you will fail the test.
After you finish with your exam, you have to place your steering wheel straight, apply brakes and use signal horn, so the examiner would know that you are finished.
This will be the last part of the test. At this part of the test you will drive. During the drive you will be stating out loud your actions. Example: Shouting out street signs, railroad crossing, approaching overpass/ underpass, the release/ the count of the kids etc.
DMV charges a $40 road testing fee that is not included in the cost of your permit.
ELDT course also not included.
Fast Road Tests Available for small additional fee