If you plan on taking your driver's test anytime soon and want to make sure you pass, there are a few things that you should keep in mind. First, always make sure that you have your seatbelt on before you take your test. Not wearing one during your test is a surefire way to fail. Also, be certain to use your blinkers every single time you make a turn during your test. Not doing that is another thing that will prevent you from passing. And please—please, please, please, please, please!—do NOT run into any parked cars on your way into the DMV parking lot. If you do, you're not going to pass.
Seems like common sense, right? Yet, that's what one girl who was on her way to take her driver's test did this week. The girl, who has her learner's permit, pulled into a DMV parking lot in Randolph, N.J. in a 1998 Toyota Corolla to take her test. But before she could make her way over to the course to start, she crashed into not one but two parked cars. The accident didn't cause a lot of damage to any of the cars involved, and the girl wasn't charged with anything as a result of the crash. But as you might expect, she didn't get her driver's license that day.
"The person going to the test was just having a real bad day," a Randolph police officer said later.
Uh, ya think? That sounds like just about the worst day ever for a new driver.
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