LET US ACCOMPANY YOU ON YOUR ROAD TEST
Princeton Driving School provides cars for use on your state road test. Reason students use our car for test:
1. Comfort and security- Many students feel more comfortable using the car they learned to drive in to take the road test.
2. No one is available to take student to test.
3. Student car is not acceptable for test. MVC does not allow cars to be used for road test if there is an obstruction between driver and passenger seat and hand brake is not accessible. MVC may not allow the use of rental cars on the test.
It is usually best to call (6) weeks before your scheduled appointment.
We also provide road test review lessons. This is an intensive 2 hour review lesson of skills you will be required to demonstrate on the DMV road test. This lesson is especially helpful if your lessons have been completed over six months ago. This lesson is usually scheduled several days before your road test.
You may also combine a special one hour review lesson on the same day as your test with the use of our car for the test.
SCHEDULE A ROAD TEST with the NJ MVC and then call us to accompany you.
On the day of your road test when accompanied by Princeton Driving School, you need to bring your entire permit and your primary ID (either birth certificate or US Passport). This will be presented on the road test line. When you pass the test, you will need the rest of the six points of ID and proof of address. Please see https://nj.gov/mvc/pdf/license/ident_ver_posterpint.pdf
Road Test Review Preparation (Two Hours)
Warm Up Lesson and Road Test at Bakers Basin Test Center, Lawrenceville, NJ
Road Test Only at Bakers Basin Test Center, Lawrenceville, NJ
*- We do not provide the service of waiting for photo license processing. After the road test, we will either drive you home immediately, which will mean you will have to return to the MVC for your photo at a later time, or we will leave you at the MVC to process your photo license, therefore, you must provide your own transportation home. The majority of our students choose the latter.
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