MVA TESTING SERVICE Home // MVA Testing Service MVA TESTING SERVICE Are you nervous about taking the driving test? Is your car too big? Do you need a refresher on the parking maneuvers? Don’t Worry! We can help! Call to Sign Up Today at 410-877-7100. MVA TESTING SERVICE Getting your Driver’s License is truly a Special Occasion and we would be Honored to help you!We will teach you Reference Points and a Step by Step Process for each maneuver on the driving test. The process is very simple and the results are amazing!Plus, our MVA Test Expert, Mr. Dave, will explain lots of tips and strategies to help you feel at ease when taking the test. Details: The service is only provided at the Bel Air MVA. Students meet us at the Bel Air MVA One (1) hour before the test appointment to practice the maneuvers for the driving test. Students should make the MVA Test appointment on MVA’s website. Students use a Premier Training Vehicle for the test. Students must bring his/her Learner’s Permit and Certification for New Drivers signed by the same parent who signed the learner’s permit application. If the student is 18 years old or older the supervising driver must sign this form. Mr. Dave will guide you through the administrative process after passing the test. Students also need a ride home. The fee is $160* Freedom and Independence are so close. Gain the Confidence you need to easily pass the driving test and earn your Maryland Driver’s License!Call to Sign Up Today at 410-877-7100. Note * During the 45 minutes of practice, your driving abilities will be evaluated. For your safety, we may determine that you are not ready to test for your provisional license. You will not be charged and you may reschedule this service at a later date. × Dismiss this alert. TESTING PROCESS 1. GETTING READY You are eligible to test for your provisional license if you have held you learners permit for nine months, completed driver education and completed the required 60 hours of practice driving.You will need to make an appointment for the test using the MVA’s website. Appointments can be scheduled 180 days in advance of your desired testing date. There is usually a long wait for appointments so schedule early! The MVA requires at least 48 hours between your completion of the driver education course and your appointment so they can process your paperwork. 2. DAY OF TEST Testing day will be full of excitement. Things will go a lot smoother if you know what to expect. Here is what to do:Arrive at the MVA 15 to 20 minutes prior to your scheduled testing time. Go inside and check in at the main counter. You will need to present four things to the MVA upon check-in:Your Learners PermitThe MD Rookie Driver Skills log book (the last page must be signed by the same person that signed for your learners permit)The vehicle registration for the car you will be using for the testProof of auto insurance for the car you will be using for the testThese documents are required. No exceptions. Ever.After check-in, you will be directed to pull your car around to the testing area. Your supervising driver must stay with you during this time. Depending on how busy it is that day you could be waiting in line for a few minutes to a few hours. Just relax. The test is next! 3. THE TEST The test begins with the MVA examiner inspecting your car to make sure that it is safe and roadworthy. Make sure you can operate and identify everything on this list. This is especially important if you are testing in a car in which you are not familiar. Pay particular attention to any dashboard warning lights. The examiner will not let you continue the test if there are any lights on at all.Next up is the actual driving test. The important thing to remember is to try and relax. Focus on the basics: using signals, doing head checks, maintaining the proper speed, etc. Especially important is to always stop fully and completely behind any stop signs.When you make it to the public roads, stay calm. During the test, the examiner will be giving you directions on where to go. Ask questions if you do not understand the instructions. They also might ask you about different road signs along the route. It’s a good idea to practice the route that you will be taking. Get familiar with the speed limits and other traffic signs. Watch our videos of the routes. The more you practice the more comfortable you will be.There is no hurry and no time limit. We recommend never making a right on red. Too many bad things can happen. Save that for the way home after you pass.If you do something that causes you to fail the test, the MVA examiner will instruct you to stop in a safe place. The examiner will switch places with you and drive your car back to the MVA. So, if you make it back to the MVA, you have passed.At this point you will probably be pretty excited. Remember, the test doesn’t end until after you have safely parked your car in the MVA parking lot and exited the vehicle. Don’t roll through any stop signs on the MVA parking lot or accidentally jump the curb when parking. Stay focused until you are out of the car. Then you can celebrate! 4. AFTER THE TEST The only thing left now is to go inside for your picture! The examiner should give you instructions on where to go.If you happen to fail, don’t worry, many people fail their first time. You can schedule a re-test for the next available appointment at least 24 hours later. If you fail twice, you must wait at least a week between appointments.