The objectives for the driving test
The purpose of the driving test is to ensure that you know how to act as a responsible driver and are able to apply basic driving skills independently and safely in different situations. It is important that you know how to recognise and assess risks for your own actions and their impacts on traffic safety.
The skills required for the driving test are obtained from both the compulsory instruction and the knowledge acquired independently and through your own driving school or instructor with a driving instruction permit. You can read about the skills required for the driving test in The ABC of driving skills. Take a look also at Risk assessment for new drivers. The more you practice, the better your skills will be when you come to the driving test.
What to take to the test?
You should take with you to the driving test a photo ID and a certificate of instruction and examination (E100 form). Please note that the E100 form must be original, paper form. Check the other documents required for your driving test from the webpage of the driving license category.
The driving test is taken at an Ajovarma service point. You can book a time using the online booking system, or if you are a student at a driving school, the driving school can book a time on your behalf.