Taking your Scarborough road test can be nerve-wracking, but knowing what to expect can help you feel more prepared and confident. Here’s a guide on what to expect during your Scarborough road test:

Vehicle inspection:

 The examiner will ask you to perform a vehicle inspection to ensure that your car is safe to operate.

Basic driving skills: 

You will be assessed on basic driving skills such as starting and stopping, turning, and changing lanes.

Intersection and traffic control:

 You will be assessed on your ability to navigate intersections and follow traffic signals and signs.


You will be asked to perform different parking maneuvers such as parallel parking or backing into a parking space.

Emergency stop:

 The examiner may ask you to perform an emergency stop to test your reaction time and control of the vehicle.

Route navigation:

 You will be asked to follow a predetermined route, which may include different road types, traffic conditions, and speed limits.

Communication skills: 

You will be assessed on your ability to communicate with other drivers and pedestrians by using turn signals and following proper right-of-way rules.

Overall safe driving:

 The examiner will evaluate your overall safe driving skills, including your ability to observe traffic laws, scan the road for potential hazards, and react appropriately to different driving situations.

Remember to stay calm, focused, and follow the examiner’s instructions during your Scarborough road test. With practice and preparation, you can increase your chances of passing and obtaining your driver’s license. Good luck!