NJ Driver Manual Study Guide

When you drive, you must always carry a ….
– valid license/permit
– valid insurance
– valid vehicle registration

Change of Address
1 week

Change of Name
2 weeks

Altering a Driver’s License can result in …
– $1000 fine
– 6 months prison
– no more driving

Step 1 – Special Learner’s Permit
– at least 16
– pass the knowledge & vision tests
– fee required

Restrictions of a Special Learner Permit
– no using electronics
– no driving between 11:01pm to 5am
– Supervising adult driver
– Passengers = any parent/guardian + 1 more
– decals on license on seat belt

Step 2 – Examination Permit
– at least 17
– decals on license on seat belt

Restrictions of an Examination Permit
– no using electronics
– no driving between 11:01pm to 5am
– Supervising adult driver
– Passengers = any parent/guardian + 1 more
– decals on license on seat belt

Step 3 – Probationary License
– no driving between 11:01pm to 5am
– no electronics
– Passengers = any parent/guardian + 1 more (Unless accompanied by a parent/guardian)

Step 4 – Probationary Driver License
– practice unsupervised driving for at least a year
– observe the restrictions of the Probationary License

Step 5 – Basic Driver License
– at least 18
– completed 1 year of supervised driving
– pay required fee

Requirements for a Basic Driver License
– 6 point ID verification
– Vision Test & Knowledge Test

Road Test Checklist
– 6 points ID
– valid permit
– valid inspection sticker, registration, and insurance
– 2 red GDL decals
– vehicle must have no obstructions/consoles; the vehicle must be standard and working

Elements of the Road Test
1. Driving in Reverse
2. Following other vehicles
3. Nearing corners, intersections
4. Parallel Parking
5. Sitting properly
6. Starting a vehicle
7. Proper Steering
8. Stopping at signs; stopping smoothly
9. Turning; turning around
10. Using the horn
11. Yielding right-of-way

Infant Car Seat
20 pounds
26 inches … or two-foot two

Child Car Seat
40 pounds
40 inches

Children Restraint Law
For children under age 8 ….. less than 80 pounds must ride in the back in a booster seat; more than 80 pounds must ride in the back seat … $54 fine & Court Costs

Starting a Parked Car
1. All windows must be clear
2. Seat must be adjusted so the motorist can reach all pedas & controls easily and comforatably
3. Inside & Outside Rearview mirrors adjusted
4. Seatbelts FASTENED … duh
5. Vehicle should be in park/neutral gear

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