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When it is Better to Pass a Driving Test?

It is natural that the season plays a big role in the formation of driving skills. And many, when intending to enroll in a driving school, ask themselves: when is it better to study for a license – in summer, winter or in the off-season?

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Taking a driving test in the off-season

Experts believe that the best time of year to learn to drive depends on what the future driver wants to learn – just driving on a dry road or, on the contrary, safely driving a car in the rain, slush, fog and low temperatures. In the second position, early spring is considered an excellent option: 3-4 months are allocated for training, during which good experience of driving in bad weather is acquired. Another advantage of this time is that the exam will be in the summer, and it will be easier to pass it. However, if you find it difficult to get a suitable exam date, you can use the driving test cancellations service. If someone before you for some reason refused to take the exam, you can take their place.

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The start of classes in September suggests that with each month the road conditions will only worsen, and this will allow the beginner to gradually “temper” his character. After all, the natural deterioration of climatic conditions is a good simulator for practicing a variety of skills. However, there is one “but”: exams will have to be taken in winter, and even the most talented and goal-oriented newcomers have a risk of failure. Secondly, in September, the queues for registration in a driving school are no less than in May-August, so you need to take care of submitting documents 2-3 months before the beginning of autumn.

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