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The road test will not be given if your vehicle does not pass the safety inspection. See the following items, and refer to the Official Florida Driver License Handbook for additional vehicle requirements:
Seat belts must work (with the exception of vehicles manufactured before 1968 and trucks before 1972).
Gas gauge cannot display Empty (E).
Horn must be heard from 200 feet.
Directional signals must work, or you must know and use the proper hand signals.
Two brake lights must work.
Headlights must work.
Driver and front passenger door must open from inside and outside.
Driver and front passenger windows must work.
Emergency brake must work.
Tires must be in good condition (not worn).
If raining, windshield wipers must work.
If applicable, required adaptive equipment must be installed and working properly.
Vehicle must be clean.
Examiners reserve the right not to administer a road test if the vehicle is unsanitary or the condition of the vehicle places an examiner in danger. This includes wet seats, plastic or other material in place of missing windows, and other hazards.
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