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Would You Pass Your Driver’s Exam Today?

Driving exams are designed to test a wide range of driving skills and knowledge. However, they’re also a one-time event for the vast majority of people. For many drivers, that means a few weeks of studying the Oklahoma driver’s handbook, taking the driver’s exam when they apply for their license, and then remaining eligible to drive for decades to come.

But traffic laws change every year, and many drivers may lose proficiency in certain aspects of driving over time. That means a driver who passed their driver’s exam years or even decades ago may be missing critical information and skills, despite getting behind the wheel every day.

How long has it been since you passed your driver’s exam? Because laws can and do change—and because a driver’s exam isn’t always comprehensive when it comes to testing skills and knowledge—it’s important to find out where you stand and to discover areas where you can improve to reduce your risk of a car accident.

Find Out Your Current Driving Proficiency Level with Our 10-Question Quiz

Interested to know how you would fare on a driver’s exam today? Well, you don’t have to make your way to your local driver testing center to find out. Our 10-question quiz can help you learn where you stand in terms of overall driving knowledge and help you discover which areas you can improve on to increase your safety on Oklahoma’s roadways.



Happy with your score? Surprised by the results? No matter how you did, it’s important to remember that being a good driver means keeping up with new traffic laws and remaining focused on improving your driving skills for the rest of your life. Even though it’s a task you may do almost every day, driving isn’t automatic, and it requires frequent, focused practice and up-to-date knowledge to minimize risks when you’re behind the wheel.

3 Reasons to Improve Your Driving Skills

No matter how long you’ve had your driver license or how many hours of experience you have behind the wheel, you can never have too much driving practice, knowledge, or preparedness for the challenges of navigating Oklahoma’s highways and interstates. Driving is a lifelong skill, and almost all drivers can improve their abilities.

Here are three reasons to be a lifelong student of driving and roadway safety:

  1. It helps you avoid accidents—Being a defensive, attentive driver is the best way to protect yourself on the road. The more you know about traffic laws and best practices for driving, the less likely you’ll be to cause an accident or be involved in an accident.
  2. It helps you avoid tickets and citations—Driving laws are constantly changing in Oklahoma. Although the changes may seem minor from year to year, they can add up over time. Without staying up to date on news laws—and being familiar with existing laws—you may be at risk of getting an expensive ticket.
  3. It helps you set a good example for others—Whether it’s your kids, your grandkids, your nieces and nephews, or even your spouse, being a knowledgeable and skilled driver rubs off on others and can inspire them to take driving more seriously. And the more conscientious drivers in Oklahoma are, the safer the state’s roads will be for everyone.

We Help Auto Accident Victims Get Compensation After Crashes

Unfortunately, not everyone prioritizes safe driving. Ignorance of the law is no excuse when it comes to causing crashes, but it’s a common cause of accidents. Too many drivers in Oklahoma speed, drive while distracted, drive while impaired, follow too closely, run red lights, and much more. When that happens, they put themselves and others at risk of serious accidents and injuries.

If you or someone you love was hurt by a negligent driver, you may be eligible to receive compensation for your accident-related expenses. When you contact the Oklahoma car accident attorneys at Parrish DeVaughn, we’ll investigate what happened, build a strong claim for you, and negotiate with the insurance company to get you paid. Get a law firm on your side that you can trust—contact us today for a free consultation.