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All vehicles must pass a vehicle inspection.
If the vehicle fails the inspection the test will be terminated.

The following safety equipment guidelines will be used when administering the automobile driving skills test. Together, examiners and applicants will inspect and familiarize themselves with specific vehicle components. Certain defective vehicle equipment is reason for refusal of the driving skills test if it jeopardizes the safety of the vehicle’s occupants.

Safety inspection includes the following equipment:
Brake lights
Center-mounted rear brake light on 1986 or newer models
Doors (*)
Fuel level
Lug nuts (only one can be missing per vehicle)
Rearview mirror and outside left mirror
Safety belts for all occupants
Seats for all occupants
Suspension components
Tires (properly inflated; not damaged)
Turn signals (front and rear)
Windshield (**)
Windshield wipers and washers
* The driver and passenger doors must work from the inside and outside. Doors that cannot be opened are safety hazards.
** Examiners may refuse to administer a test if the vehicle’s windshield is cracked so that it obstructs the driver’s view.
When used for testing purposes, driver education vehicles must not display any warning signs used for training. This includes “Student Driver” identification signs.