My Five Essential Tips on How I Passed the Japan Driving Test
Now that I have been driving for more than one year here in Japan, I guess it is my turn to give tips on what I think will help an aspiring driver here in Japan or those who want to get a license to drive.
For now, I will give five essential tips that I think will help you pass the test and drive in the real-life driving scenario. These tips also helped me from passing the test and eventually get my driver’s license card.
- Drive on your utmost left to discourage the bicycle riders from using the main road for the car. ( if you are taking exams from Japan province). In metropolitan Tokyo, bicycle riders have their lane in the street, so don’t ride on your utmost left. ( (Real driving scenarios in the City after you passed the exam)
- Pedestrian lane will always be the priority, so stopping is a must. (For those who will pass the exam, real driving scenario, we should stop on the pedestrian lane even without traffic lights.)
- Stop in the Tomare lane. ( Driving test and real driving scenario)I have watched a few news that police hide to catch a driver who doesn’t stop.
- If you don’t intend to accelerate, rest your right feet at the break pedal. (During the test, I saw the proctor checking my feet if I put it in the proper pedal.)
- Follow the road sign for a smooth drive. (During the test and real driving scenario).
- Bonus Tips: Present of Mind. Clear your head and focus when you drive.
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