Road test ?

Discussion in 'Tyson' started by bamamac, Feb 16, 2017.

  1. bamamac

    bamamac Medium Load Member

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    If you have to go out with a trainer, why do you have to road test?
     
  2. dptrucker

    dptrucker Road Train Member

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    Proves that you learned something.
     
  3. Jonny1

    Jonny1 Medium Load Member

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    They want to make sure you can drive a large vehicle in a safe manner. They are expecting a very base level of skill and expect you to miss gears and a need to fine tune all of your skills, including backing. They do expect you to understand how to make proper turns with a trailer and if you miss a gear be able to get back into a proper road gear quickly to prevent an unsafe situation. They are not expecting perfection, but unsafe driving will not be tolerated. They just want a base line they can build on.
    P.S Practice making a nice smooth stop in school, this will impress your evaluator. :)
     
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  4. RicoNC

    RicoNC Bobtail Member

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    Very true and well said!
     
  5. magoo68

    magoo68 Road Train Member

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    Because many trainers have low experience .. in some megas the trainer learns more from the trainee than he taught him
     
  6. crappiejunkie

    crappiejunkie Wishin' I was fishin'

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    How do they know you didn't pay off your trainer to say that you can drive?
     
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